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Give it a few chapters and you'll just want to know what on earth is going on!
on 5 February 2014
Preferred this to 'The Bed I Made': a stronger and more likeable heroine, a much less guessable and twisty plot, lots of questions that seem answered but only lead to more questions. And I really didn't want to put it down until I worked out what on earth was going on!
Hannah is newly married. Husband Mark works in New York regularly but one weekend doesn't come home... Trying not to suspect the man she loves as her mother once did her father, Hannah begins investigating to discover what is happening but begins to find disturbing evidence that her perfect marriage really isn't all it seems. But is it simply another woman?
You think you can guess what's going on, but I certainly found my allegiance to characters and ideas about their loyalties kept changing.
Lots of tension fill this story. There's a real sense of danger, and as the plot (appears to) unravel, some very dark deeds come to light, and you think you know where you stand...
Quite a quick book to read, with a plot that moves fast. Highly recommended if you like psychological stories and twisty family thrillers.