The Swap

The Swap

The Swap begins when Nicole Lewis, young woman living in Los Angeles, arranges a summer-long swap of her condo for a London couple?s house. She thinks it?s the perfect arrangement. She?s always dreamed of seeing the real London, not just the tourist spots. She?ll be able to accompany her husband, Brad, on his out-of-town work as a trouble-shooter for his company. It will a The Swap begins when Nicole Lewis, young woman living in Los Angeles, arranges a summer-long swap of her condo fo...

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Title:The Swap
Author:Nancy Boyarsky
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:1611531888
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:342 pages pages

The Swap Reviews

  • Jennifer
    Nov 08, 2014

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

    I liked it! This was a nice, sit in front of the fire on a rainy day, read. Simply written with some twists and turns that were unexpected. The setting in England was nice with the politeness of the Brits and the underhandedness of the bad guys kept me guessing clear to the end. The ad...

    The Swap is just the kind of mystery I like, written with intelligence and wit. The story moves along at a lively pace, and the plot kept me guessing until the end. It?s vivid descriptions of place made me feel I was along for the wild ride. I was sad when it ended. I hope Nancy Boya...

    Kind of a fun read at times but tedious at times. Could have done without all the kidnappings that Nicole seemed to walk straight into every day. Brad was a nasty liar and in the end, Nicole, who was thrilled with her new relationship with Reinhardt, lied to him as well. You'd think sh...

    Must read from a new author. Engaging, felt like the author really knew London, and intriguing plot. Fresh reading in a very full genre, lots of it really repetitive or boring - this isn't! Do try it. ...

    I bought The Swap because I like thrillers with female protagonists and was intrigued a mystery involving an international house swap - since I've been thinking about doing a house swap myself. Once i started it, I literally could not put it down. Great, fun read! ...

  • luluchick
    Nov 06, 2014

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

    I liked it! This was a nice, sit in front of the fire on a rainy day, read. Simply written with some twists and turns that were unexpected. The setting in England was nice with the politeness of the Brits and the underhandedness of the bad guys kept me guessing clear to the end. The ad...

    The Swap is just the kind of mystery I like, written with intelligence and wit. The story moves along at a lively pace, and the plot kept me guessing until the end. It?s vivid descriptions of place made me feel I was along for the wild ride. I was sad when it ended. I hope Nancy Boya...

  • Layne
    Nov 15, 2014

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

  • Michelle
    Jan 03, 2015

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

    I liked it! This was a nice, sit in front of the fire on a rainy day, read. Simply written with some twists and turns that were unexpected. The setting in England was nice with the politeness of the Brits and the underhandedness of the bad guys kept me guessing clear to the end. The ad...

    The Swap is just the kind of mystery I like, written with intelligence and wit. The story moves along at a lively pace, and the plot kept me guessing until the end. It?s vivid descriptions of place made me feel I was along for the wild ride. I was sad when it ended. I hope Nancy Boya...

    Kind of a fun read at times but tedious at times. Could have done without all the kidnappings that Nicole seemed to walk straight into every day. Brad was a nasty liar and in the end, Nicole, who was thrilled with her new relationship with Reinhardt, lied to him as well. You'd think sh...

    Must read from a new author. Engaging, felt like the author really knew London, and intriguing plot. Fresh reading in a very full genre, lots of it really repetitive or boring - this isn't! Do try it. ...

    I bought The Swap because I like thrillers with female protagonists and was intrigued a mystery involving an international house swap - since I've been thinking about doing a house swap myself. Once i started it, I literally could not put it down. Great, fun read! ...

    Loved the first third but then it just started to go on and on and on. Too much happened to ever be believable, and I got bored. ...

    I really enjoyed this book, a easy read. A mystery set in London & surrounding areas. Will make you think twice before swapping homes with total strangers in another country. ...

    Read my full review Mystereity Reviews When Brad Graves is transferred to London temporarily, wife Nicole comes along in an attempt to save her failing marriage. After arranging a house swap with the Lowrys, Nicole and Brad settle in at their temporary home. Soon after, strange thin...

    This was an interesting read overall. Initially, it took me a couple chapters to get into the story. Nicole seemed a bit bland yet neurotic. I became more interested and involved when the action began. I don't want to spoil the story, but I was rooting for her and most decisions she ma...

  • Stephen Clynes
    Nov 05, 2018

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

  • Cindy
    Feb 03, 2017

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

  • Bandit
    Sep 21, 2018

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

  • Ryn
    Oct 01, 2017

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

  • Maria
    Jan 06, 2015

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

  • Marjolein
    Dec 23, 2014

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

  • Mary
    Jan 14, 2015

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

  • P.e. lolo
    Mar 12, 2015

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

  • Heidi
    Feb 21, 2017

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

  • Lisa LoPiccolo
    Nov 21, 2014

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

    I liked it! This was a nice, sit in front of the fire on a rainy day, read. Simply written with some twists and turns that were unexpected. The setting in England was nice with the politeness of the Brits and the underhandedness of the bad guys kept me guessing clear to the end. The ad...

    The Swap is just the kind of mystery I like, written with intelligence and wit. The story moves along at a lively pace, and the plot kept me guessing until the end. It?s vivid descriptions of place made me feel I was along for the wild ride. I was sad when it ended. I hope Nancy Boya...

    Kind of a fun read at times but tedious at times. Could have done without all the kidnappings that Nicole seemed to walk straight into every day. Brad was a nasty liar and in the end, Nicole, who was thrilled with her new relationship with Reinhardt, lied to him as well. You'd think sh...

    Must read from a new author. Engaging, felt like the author really knew London, and intriguing plot. Fresh reading in a very full genre, lots of it really repetitive or boring - this isn't! Do try it. ...

    I bought The Swap because I like thrillers with female protagonists and was intrigued a mystery involving an international house swap - since I've been thinking about doing a house swap myself. Once i started it, I literally could not put it down. Great, fun read! ...

    Loved the first third but then it just started to go on and on and on. Too much happened to ever be believable, and I got bored. ...

    I really enjoyed this book, a easy read. A mystery set in London & surrounding areas. Will make you think twice before swapping homes with total strangers in another country. ...

  • Lori Willett
    Oct 22, 2017

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

    I liked it! This was a nice, sit in front of the fire on a rainy day, read. Simply written with some twists and turns that were unexpected. The setting in England was nice with the politeness of the Brits and the underhandedness of the bad guys kept me guessing clear to the end. The ad...

    The Swap is just the kind of mystery I like, written with intelligence and wit. The story moves along at a lively pace, and the plot kept me guessing until the end. It?s vivid descriptions of place made me feel I was along for the wild ride. I was sad when it ended. I hope Nancy Boya...

    Kind of a fun read at times but tedious at times. Could have done without all the kidnappings that Nicole seemed to walk straight into every day. Brad was a nasty liar and in the end, Nicole, who was thrilled with her new relationship with Reinhardt, lied to him as well. You'd think sh...

    Must read from a new author. Engaging, felt like the author really knew London, and intriguing plot. Fresh reading in a very full genre, lots of it really repetitive or boring - this isn't! Do try it. ...

    I bought The Swap because I like thrillers with female protagonists and was intrigued a mystery involving an international house swap - since I've been thinking about doing a house swap myself. Once i started it, I literally could not put it down. Great, fun read! ...

    Loved the first third but then it just started to go on and on and on. Too much happened to ever be believable, and I got bored. ...

  • Patricia Ogden
    Jan 26, 2015

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

    I liked it! This was a nice, sit in front of the fire on a rainy day, read. Simply written with some twists and turns that were unexpected. The setting in England was nice with the politeness of the Brits and the underhandedness of the bad guys kept me guessing clear to the end. The ad...

    The Swap is just the kind of mystery I like, written with intelligence and wit. The story moves along at a lively pace, and the plot kept me guessing until the end. It?s vivid descriptions of place made me feel I was along for the wild ride. I was sad when it ended. I hope Nancy Boya...

    Kind of a fun read at times but tedious at times. Could have done without all the kidnappings that Nicole seemed to walk straight into every day. Brad was a nasty liar and in the end, Nicole, who was thrilled with her new relationship with Reinhardt, lied to him as well. You'd think sh...

    Must read from a new author. Engaging, felt like the author really knew London, and intriguing plot. Fresh reading in a very full genre, lots of it really repetitive or boring - this isn't! Do try it. ...

  • Cindy O
    Sep 09, 2017

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

    I liked it! This was a nice, sit in front of the fire on a rainy day, read. Simply written with some twists and turns that were unexpected. The setting in England was nice with the politeness of the Brits and the underhandedness of the bad guys kept me guessing clear to the end. The ad...

    The Swap is just the kind of mystery I like, written with intelligence and wit. The story moves along at a lively pace, and the plot kept me guessing until the end. It?s vivid descriptions of place made me feel I was along for the wild ride. I was sad when it ended. I hope Nancy Boya...

    Kind of a fun read at times but tedious at times. Could have done without all the kidnappings that Nicole seemed to walk straight into every day. Brad was a nasty liar and in the end, Nicole, who was thrilled with her new relationship with Reinhardt, lied to him as well. You'd think sh...

    Must read from a new author. Engaging, felt like the author really knew London, and intriguing plot. Fresh reading in a very full genre, lots of it really repetitive or boring - this isn't! Do try it. ...

    I bought The Swap because I like thrillers with female protagonists and was intrigued a mystery involving an international house swap - since I've been thinking about doing a house swap myself. Once i started it, I literally could not put it down. Great, fun read! ...

    Loved the first third but then it just started to go on and on and on. Too much happened to ever be believable, and I got bored. ...

    I really enjoyed this book, a easy read. A mystery set in London & surrounding areas. Will make you think twice before swapping homes with total strangers in another country. ...

    Read my full review Mystereity Reviews When Brad Graves is transferred to London temporarily, wife Nicole comes along in an attempt to save her failing marriage. After arranging a house swap with the Lowrys, Nicole and Brad settle in at their temporary home. Soon after, strange thin...

    This was an interesting read overall. Initially, it took me a couple chapters to get into the story. Nicole seemed a bit bland yet neurotic. I became more interested and involved when the action began. I don't want to spoil the story, but I was rooting for her and most decisions she ma...

    Just when you thought it was safe to go on that business trip with your husband, it wasn?t. I thought I was so smart when I figured the husband had to be lying, although I do have to admit I thought her husband had a lot more to do with the events that enveloped her than he actually ...

    I am actually disappointed with this book. Although the premise sounded interesting, the story became entirely predictable except for the many loose ends. One red herring is okay. Looking back at the book it seems like it was an entire red herring. The characters were not fleshed out a...

  • April Wood
    Jun 08, 2016

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

  • Mystereity Reviews
    Oct 03, 2016

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

    I liked it! This was a nice, sit in front of the fire on a rainy day, read. Simply written with some twists and turns that were unexpected. The setting in England was nice with the politeness of the Brits and the underhandedness of the bad guys kept me guessing clear to the end. The ad...

    The Swap is just the kind of mystery I like, written with intelligence and wit. The story moves along at a lively pace, and the plot kept me guessing until the end. It?s vivid descriptions of place made me feel I was along for the wild ride. I was sad when it ended. I hope Nancy Boya...

    Kind of a fun read at times but tedious at times. Could have done without all the kidnappings that Nicole seemed to walk straight into every day. Brad was a nasty liar and in the end, Nicole, who was thrilled with her new relationship with Reinhardt, lied to him as well. You'd think sh...

    Must read from a new author. Engaging, felt like the author really knew London, and intriguing plot. Fresh reading in a very full genre, lots of it really repetitive or boring - this isn't! Do try it. ...

    I bought The Swap because I like thrillers with female protagonists and was intrigued a mystery involving an international house swap - since I've been thinking about doing a house swap myself. Once i started it, I literally could not put it down. Great, fun read! ...

    Loved the first third but then it just started to go on and on and on. Too much happened to ever be believable, and I got bored. ...

    I really enjoyed this book, a easy read. A mystery set in London & surrounding areas. Will make you think twice before swapping homes with total strangers in another country. ...

    Read my full review Mystereity Reviews When Brad Graves is transferred to London temporarily, wife Nicole comes along in an attempt to save her failing marriage. After arranging a house swap with the Lowrys, Nicole and Brad settle in at their temporary home. Soon after, strange thin...

  • Carolyn
    Jan 30, 2017

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

  • Susan Bissell
    Jan 21, 2015

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

  • Jeanne
    Nov 11, 2014

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

  • Kristina
    Jan 06, 2015

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

  • Penny Rosier
    Jan 04, 2015

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

    I liked it! This was a nice, sit in front of the fire on a rainy day, read. Simply written with some twists and turns that were unexpected. The setting in England was nice with the politeness of the Brits and the underhandedness of the bad guys kept me guessing clear to the end. The ad...

    The Swap is just the kind of mystery I like, written with intelligence and wit. The story moves along at a lively pace, and the plot kept me guessing until the end. It?s vivid descriptions of place made me feel I was along for the wild ride. I was sad when it ended. I hope Nancy Boya...

    Kind of a fun read at times but tedious at times. Could have done without all the kidnappings that Nicole seemed to walk straight into every day. Brad was a nasty liar and in the end, Nicole, who was thrilled with her new relationship with Reinhardt, lied to him as well. You'd think sh...

    Must read from a new author. Engaging, felt like the author really knew London, and intriguing plot. Fresh reading in a very full genre, lots of it really repetitive or boring - this isn't! Do try it. ...

    I bought The Swap because I like thrillers with female protagonists and was intrigued a mystery involving an international house swap - since I've been thinking about doing a house swap myself. Once i started it, I literally could not put it down. Great, fun read! ...

    Loved the first third but then it just started to go on and on and on. Too much happened to ever be believable, and I got bored. ...

    I really enjoyed this book, a easy read. A mystery set in London & surrounding areas. Will make you think twice before swapping homes with total strangers in another country. ...

    Read my full review Mystereity Reviews When Brad Graves is transferred to London temporarily, wife Nicole comes along in an attempt to save her failing marriage. After arranging a house swap with the Lowrys, Nicole and Brad settle in at their temporary home. Soon after, strange thin...

    This was an interesting read overall. Initially, it took me a couple chapters to get into the story. Nicole seemed a bit bland yet neurotic. I became more interested and involved when the action began. I don't want to spoil the story, but I was rooting for her and most decisions she ma...

    Just when you thought it was safe to go on that business trip with your husband, it wasn?t. I thought I was so smart when I figured the husband had to be lying, although I do have to admit I thought her husband had a lot more to do with the events that enveloped her than he actually ...

  • Barbara
    Sep 07, 2017

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

    I liked it! This was a nice, sit in front of the fire on a rainy day, read. Simply written with some twists and turns that were unexpected. The setting in England was nice with the politeness of the Brits and the underhandedness of the bad guys kept me guessing clear to the end. The ad...

    The Swap is just the kind of mystery I like, written with intelligence and wit. The story moves along at a lively pace, and the plot kept me guessing until the end. It?s vivid descriptions of place made me feel I was along for the wild ride. I was sad when it ended. I hope Nancy Boya...

    Kind of a fun read at times but tedious at times. Could have done without all the kidnappings that Nicole seemed to walk straight into every day. Brad was a nasty liar and in the end, Nicole, who was thrilled with her new relationship with Reinhardt, lied to him as well. You'd think sh...

  • Katie
    Jan 23, 2015

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

  • Betty Yoder
    Dec 04, 2014

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

    This book is the kind of mystery I love, a real page turner with a lot of plot twists, continuous action and a narration that reflects a droll sense of humor. I thought the characters were both likeable and believable. I was pulling for Nicole to escape through this harrowing (yet some...

    I liked it! This was a nice, sit in front of the fire on a rainy day, read. Simply written with some twists and turns that were unexpected. The setting in England was nice with the politeness of the Brits and the underhandedness of the bad guys kept me guessing clear to the end. The ad...

  • Faouzia
    Nov 18, 2014

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

  • Diane Rapport
    Nov 23, 2014

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...

    2.5 Stars Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com All the reviews I found on this book were super positive, but I was less charmed. Mostly because I couldn't see how this book was any different from at least a dozen or more books I read before. Nicole swap...

    Nicole, is an American who will be staying for 3 weeks in a big house in London, not for holidays but to try to save her marriage with Brad. When some frightening things start to happen around her, she only wants to return home and divorce Brad. Visiting London is one of my favourite ...

    The Swap is the kind of mystery thriller that really kept me guessing. Nicole has gone to London with her husband, doing a swap where they stay in a London couple?s home while they stay in her condo in the US. But soon after she arrives in London, strange things begin to happen; a st...

    The Swap was a quick read because it was a hard to put down book! What started as a house swap summer vacation in London turned into an intriguing mystery. Danger was not what Nicole expected from her trip, but she found plenty. It was well written with lots of suspense and a myster...

    Gratefully received an ARC copy of this excellent book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me on a trip back to the UK which added to my enjoyment, enabling me to easily visualize the surroundings described. The mystery itself kept me intrigued and unable to put the book down! A few ye...

    Nicole Graves engages in a summer long house swap of her Los Angeles condo with a strangers? house in London. What could possibly go wrong? The Swap is told from Nicole?s point of view, an American staying in Britain. In her own style she forms opinions of the British way of lif...

    Can we just all agree that swaps are generally a terrible idea. How much faith do you have in (wo)mankind to trust them in your place unattended? How exactly do you relax in a stranger?s place knowing that there are strangers in yours? None of it sounds right, even in this day and ag...

    Full Book Review: https://awellreadwomanblog.wordpress.... It took me forever (a year and a half) to get to this novel on my to-be-reviewed list which is such a shame! And of course when I did get to it, the story had me so wrapped up in its events, that I devoured it nearly immedia...

    Mm. I know a lot of people liked this book, but I found it annoying. Annoying because the main character seemed daft (constantly losing things), pretentious (spending a lot of money) and kind of without thought; seeking out danger and trying to 'hide' but always being found by the goof...

    In this story, The Swap. Nicole Lewis arranges a swap of her and her husband Brad house in California for a place in London, where Brad will be working for the summer. Brad?s sectary comes also and that was not what she wanted, she wanted time at least a little time with her husband....

    The Swap is the perfect book for a rainy day. The pace reminds me of Hitchcock. A series of events propel Nicole through London as she attempts to regain normalcy in both her marriage and her life, but she's unable to extricate herself from the maelstrom the Lowrys' disappearance cause...

    I won this book in a giveaway, and i got for free through Goodreads First Reads It's a nice, fast-paced mystery which i enjoyed greatly! It's a bout two families who arrange for a house swap, When Nicole arrives to London problems start to show up, and as the family which is suppos...

    This is a very interesting first book from Ms Boyarsky. Another reviewer likened it to a Hitchcock mystery, and I tend to agree. The plot is fun - what can go wrong when you swap houses for the summer? Well apparently quite a bit. Nonstop action, with not much chance to catch your brea...

  • Linda Diaz
    Feb 25, 2015

    Nicole and her husband Brad have arranged a house swap for the summer while Brad is working in London. Except the London couple never arrive at Nicole and Brad's house in LA and not long after they arrive in London strange things start happening to Nicole. First someone breaks into the...

    It all sounded good in theory: when Nicole?s husband Brad is offered a short working stint in England with an IT company over summer, Nicole thinks that it would be the perfect opportunity to break routine and rekindle their marriage. The plan is to swap homes with Frederick and Muri...

    The Swap: A Mystery by Nancy Boyarsky is a fun mystery book. It is not quite a cozy mystery but it is also not a suspense or mystery thriller (just a very good mystery). Nicole and Brad Lewis are flying to London for the summer. Brad?s office has sent him across the pond to handle an...

    If you are looking for a good book to read you have found it here with this book! It has everything you ever wanted in a good mystery. The story starts out like a vacation any bad vacation, one of Nicole's suitcase turns up missing at the airport, then she and her husband get to the pl...

    Nicole Lewis finds herself in a predicament. After Nicole and Brad Lewis from Los Angeles swap houses with Fredrick and Muriel Lowry in London, their world unravels. Brad is a little shady, to say the least. He is a computer executive who his own business in electronic funding on the s...