Praise for THE GUILTY WIFE by Elle Croft, the twisty, gripping thriller about how far you would go to clear your name - for fans of Friend Request by Laura Marshall, The Perfect Neighbours by Rachel Sargeant and Sweet Little Lies by Caz Frear:
I couldn't put this down. Pacy and gripping.(Cass Green, author of the number 1 ebook bestseller The Woman Next Door)
An accomplished debut with a relentless and intense pace that kept me completely rapt and eager to find out answers. I loved the final twist. (KL Slater, international bestselling author of Safe With Me, Blink and Liar)
'A gripping psychological thriller. This debut is skilfully plotted and I had to keep turning the pages as the tension increased - I just couldn't put it down. And the ending! You just have to read it. I am looking forward to more from Elle Croft.' (Patricia Gibney, bestselling author of The Missing Ones)
Full of twists and turns, THE GUILTY WIFE is a gripping tale of betrayal, deceit, and duplicity. The ending will stay with you long after you've finished the last page. Fabulous. (Jenny Blackhurst, bestselling author of How I Lost You and Before I Let You In)
A gripping portrayal of a woman under fire, which explores the blurry boundaries of innocence and guilt. The Guilty Wife will make you question those closest to you as the plot unfolds at pace, with an ending that pulls the rug from under your feet. A brilliant debut. (Phoebe Morgan, author of The Doll House)
Twisty and fast-moving, The Guilty Wife kept me guessing until the very end! A great read. (Isabel Ashdown, author of Little Sister and Beautiful Liars)
What a clever idea! This kept me reading through the night to see how 'the guilty wife' would get out of this one..... (Jane Corry, author of My Husband’s Wife and Blood Sisters.)
I read The Guilty Wife in an intense two day sitting. Brilliant. (Niki Mackay, author of I,Witness)
A real edge-of-your-seat read, this is a book that ripples with suspense right through to the gripping finale. (Sun)
Gripping. (Bella Magazine)
If you were being framed for murder, how far would you go to clear your name?
The debut psychological thriller that reads as Apple Tree Yard meets Behind Closed Doors, by way of Double Jeopardy.