This tense thriller starts slow, but finishes with a bang.

House 23 - Eli Yance

This thriller was a slow starter, but finished with a bang.  

Joseph Lee's wife is murdered and he's the prime suspect, but the police don't have any evidence to charge him, just innuendo and rumor.  He moves back into their home and becomes a hermit, until he meets the new neighbors, one of whom is a dead ringer for his wife.

There's a lot of talking and very little action for the first part of the book, but it's worth it to push through.  The book also loses some points for egregious homophone errors and some typos, but overall, it was an enjoyable read.