Robin Miles's narration of The Good House by Tananarive Due is perfection. Her characters, no matter gender or age, are recognizable from each other. She conveys the depths of emotions involved in this book, anger, love, grief, regret, and hatred. There is a sense of building tension in the book which ratchets up with a calming spoken sentence from Miles. She does an incredible job with The Good House.
There is not much I can comment on the plot other than what is listed in the publisher's synopsis. The book transcends the mystery/thriller/suspense genres. It could easily be added to the horror and paranormal genres as well. The book contains one point that should probably have a trigger warning. I am not sure how to word it and not give away the plot. Maybe someone who is more skilled can do that.
I highly recommend The Good Book in audio format. It is a long listen but with Robin Miles leading you, you will want to take every step.