Best Day Ever
A gripping psychological thriller with a twist you won’t see coming!
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‘[A] deliciously dark story shot through with black humour.’ Sunday Mirror
A loving husband. The perfect killer?
‘I wonder if Mia thinks I have a dark side. Most likely as far as she knows, I am just her dear loving husband.’
Paul Strom has spent years building his perfect life: glittering career, beautiful wife, two healthy boys and a big house in the suburbs.
But he also has his secrets. That’s why Paul has promised his wife a romantic weekend getaway. He proclaims this day, a warm Friday in May, will be the best day ever.
Paul loves his wife, really, he does. But he also wants to get rid of her. And with every hour that passes, Paul ticks off another stage in his elaborately laid plan…
Behind Closed Doors meets Liane Moriarty in this creepy, fast-paced psychological thriller with a twist you won’t see coming!
‘Chilling, satisfying suspense.’ GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
‘A tensely written, shocking book that will hold readers on the edge of their seats to the very last page.’
‘Just LOVE this book!” BA PARIS, bestselling author of BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
‘[A] deliciously dark story shot through with black humour.’ THE SUNDAY PEOPLE
About the author
Kaira Rouda is a bestselling, multiple-award-winning author of contemporary fiction. Her work has won numerous awards, including the Indie Excellence Award and Reader’s Choice Award.
The day that she found out that her new novel would be published by HarperCollins really was the best day ever, although she’s very glad that this one doesn’t come with a shocking twist.
She lives in Southern California with her family and is at work on her next novel. Connect with her on Facebook at Kaira Rouda Books, and on Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram: @kairarouda. For more, visit her website, www.kairarouda.com.
A must read mystery thriller story
Once the story gets going..
It’s absolutely brilliant, fully enjoyable and engaging,
the three main characters where great, loved Buck their neighbor...
Really enjoyed this book and how it was written.
Just not sure
It was like one of those annoying films where the main character talks over the whole thing, he was a weirdo creep from the first two pages and mostly not believable I only really enjoyed reading the last few pages.
It just wasn’t believable in any way