Genre: Psychological Thriller
Published by Bokouture
Publication Date: September 8, 2021
Review Copy From: Bookouture via NetGalley
My Rating: 4
Synopsis (via GR)
My family gathers around the large oak table in our beautifully renovated home. I’ve put on a dress and lit candles, and there’s a wonderful aroma coming from the dinner you’ve so lovingly prepared. I feel your hand squeeze mine as you top up my glass and ask about my day as a doctor in our small town. It’s the perfect domestic scene, except for one tiny fact: I think my husband is dead, and you are just another patient of mine…
I had no choice but to let you in. If I laugh at your jokes and run my fingers through your hair, maybe I can delete the photos on your phone and find the truth about the night I can’t remember, just before my husband left on the trip he never returned from. Perhaps my son and I will have a chance at a normal life again.
But as I carefully piece together the shards of what really happened that fateful night, only one thing can possibly be true: everyone is lying, even me…
After reading The Liar’s Wife I was excited to see that Ms. Hayes had a new book out and that I had to get my hands on a copy.
I found the first third of the book to be very slow. And I have to be honest that a couple of times, I was thinking of putting this one aside. But my gut told me to keep going, especially after checking out some reviews that had been posted.
Then the second third of the book I felt that I had figured the plot out, but I had to keep reading to see if I was right. Was I?
Then BAM!!! The last third of the book was so suspenseful that I couldn’t read, nor turn the pages fast enough!!! The story continued at breakneck speed that I found myself holding my breath
The conclusion was hair raising that I finished reading it with my mouth wide open because it was so unexpected.
Ms. Hayes has written another great read!!! Now I wait for her next novel!!
Would I recommend this book? Absolutely!!!
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I received a complimentary copy from XXX via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.