Bedbugs - Ben H. Winters Susan and Alex Wendt have found their dream apartment.

Sure, the landlady is a little eccentric. And the elderly handyman drops some cryptic remarks about the basement. But the rent is so low, it’s too good to pass up.

Big mistake. Susan soon discovers that her new home is crawling with bedbugs . . . or is it? She awakens every morning with fresh bites, but neither Alex nor their daughter Emma has a single welt. An exterminator searches the property and turns up nothing. The landlady insists her building is clean. Susan fears she’s going mad—until a more sinister explanation presents itself: she may literally be confronting the bedbug problem from Hell

What a fab nasty little story! I loved the slow build up with that 'out of the corner of your eye 'stuff, 'did I or didn't I?' paranoia.

Is Susan really seeing the bedbugs from hell or is she paranoid, over stressed and on her way to loosing her mind?

You actually being to doubt yourself...I changed my mind several times about what was happening during the course of the story.

Clever and well written, the hints that something supernatural is afoot is deftly done but I felt the ending was really out of kilter with the rest of the book