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People Like Us (book)


So when they move to a bigger house on the outskirts of Dublin, Paul hopes that it will give his family the room they need to relieve these tensions. Cleaner air. Bigger gardens. Breathing space. But as his family start to settle in, doubts begin to grow in Paul's mind. Who are the people that they now live among? Who is Joe Mitchell and why is he so afraid? Who are the gang that hang around in front of his house? And why has his eldest daughter grown so secretive? As Paul begins to discover the answers, he is dragged into a situation that escalates beyond his control. People Like Us is a story of a father's ambitions for his family, who when confronted by real and perceived dangers, is forced to question who he can trust and who he can believe. [1]