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My Husband's Wife Paperback – 28 Sep 2016
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The SUNDAY TIMES TOP TEN BESTSELLING THRILLER about a woman whose marriage is built on a lie, this book has so many twists you won't be able to put it down, perfect for fans of Liane Moriarty, B A Paris and C. L. Taylor. (From the publishers)
'A blockbuster of a psychological thriller. My head's still spinning from all the twists!' (Mark Edwards)
This engaging page-turner kept me guessing till the very end (Katerina Diamond, author of THE TEACHER)
I have been thoroughly immersed in this wonderful and engaging novel...full of unexpected twists I didn't see coming! (Luana Lewis, author of Don't Stand So Close)
My Husband's Wife had me gripped from the first page to the last (Ava Marsh, author of Untouchable)
A clever tale of secrets and lies with an emotional punch. The characters all contained a little darkness, and I was captivated as each layer of deceit was stripped away. (Mel Sherratt)
My Husband's Wife is a thrilling page-turner that chronicles the nightmarish dynamics within a marriage (Sarah Ward, Crime blogger and author of In Bitter Chill)
A rollercoaster of suspense and intrigue (Rosanna Ley)
A dark and gripping thriller that vibrates with tension...a must-read for thriller lovers (Kate Furnivall)
Pick up this book and you won't be able to put it down (Sandra Howard)
About the Author
Jane Corry is a writer and journalist who has written regularly for numerous newspapers and magazines including the Daily Telegraph Weekend section, the Mail on Sunday and Woman. She has spent time working as the writer-in-residence of a high security prison for men - an experience that helped inspire My Husband's Wife, her début thriller. 'I love twists and turns that keep the reader guessing until the very end! My husband says I'm a nightmare to watch dramas with as I love to work out who did it before the final revelation!'
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Now, I must admit when I started the book, I had no idea where Corry was going to go with her opening chapters. We meet Lily and her husband Ed - newly married, following a whirlwind courtship. They've moved into a little apartment - Ed is pursuing his hopes of a new career in art and Lily has just begun her career as a lawyer. Her first case is an appeal for a murderer that she finds herself strangely drawn to. Down the hall live nine year old Carla and her single mother Francesca. We meet and get to know all four. How are the lives of these four going to intersect?
Well, they do - in a most unexpected and clever way. The book covers a period of fifteen years - then and now - lives change and little girls grow up. Every one of the four is guarding a secret - from both the past and the present. But secrets have a way of coming out. As do lies. The opening prologue of the book has an unnamed character thinking...."So it's true what they say about dying. The past comes back to go with you." A great hook to draw the reader in. Those italicized entries continue throughout the book, narrowing down who it could be.
Lily and Carla are the driving narrators. Each one is a master of rationalizing the decisions they make. All four are flawed characters, and I found it impossible to muster to find sympathy or empathy for any one of them. (Okay, little Carla did get some) They're all distinctly unlikable. But it's impossible not to keep reading - I was fascinated with Corry's plotting - and the secret machinations of each player.
A strong debut - I would read this author again.