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Publisher Description

HOW WELL DO YOU REALLY KNOW THE ONE YOU LOVE THE MOST?

'The twist at the end of the first chapter made me read through the night' Jane Corry, bestselling author of The Dead Ex

This is a story about a married couple. They met, fell in love, had two beautiful children. So far, so ordinary.

But they have a very dark secret.

It's a story with a twist. And then another. And another.

You might think you've read stories like this before.

You'd be wrong.

By the end of the first chapter you'll be hooked.

After fifty pages you might not sleep until you finish.

And when you read the very last line, you'll ask yourself one question:

How well do you really know the person you love most?
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'Wow! My Lovely Wife is a stunner - full of twists, well-drawn characters, and riveting suspense' Harlan Coben

'Dexter meets Gone Girl - I loved this this brilliantly dark and twisted novel. One of the best books I've read this year' C.J. Tudor

'Absolutely unputdownable' Liv Constantine

'The next Gone Girl' Marie Claire

'The most gripping psychological thriller of 2019' Stylist

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2019
March 26
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
448
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Books Ltd
SIZE
1.6
MB

Customer Reviews

natdipdes ,

Compelling

The staccato clipped style of writing, had me talking like that for a few days! I liked it a lot.
I also liked the quirky character of the husband built up over the early chapters, but he changed into something else towards the end.
He became too practical, too self controlled and focused to be as interesting.
I would have preferred an ending where the wicked fall into their own net while he continues to be distracted with trivia. But hey! it’s not my book, so well done for investing the time to put this intriguing tale together.

turkishdelight1 ,

Wow

I read this book in a day! Couldn’t put it down, amazing twist at the end too. Highly recommend reading this

Grizabella_ ,

Loved!

Great book! Couldn’t put it down. Real plot twists!

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