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Sunday, December 31, 2017

The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

Genre: Psychological Suspense
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Release Date: January 7, 2018

I'm a huge fan of psychological suspense and thriller books. This is another great entry into that realm of books. If you love books like Gone Girl, pick up The Wife Between Us.

Since her husband left her for another woman, she's lurked in the shadows waiting to ruin everything. She tells her tale in alternating chapters with the other woman. That's what she wants you to believe, but her truth is likely far more than you could ever imagine.

Strengths and Weaknesses

Told in several parts, The Wife Between Us takes you on a twisted journey as you explore what seems like the ideal marriage. The first part introduces the wife and the woman that wife's husband is soon to marry. The next part delves further into the truth of the different relationships. The final part is the one that pulled a fast one and quickly revealed that I truly didn't know everything.

I admit that I had a good part of the story figured out early into The Wife Between Us. Despite knowing what I knew, I was hooked. I wanted to keep reading.

RTR's Bottom Line

From the characters to the mystery, I found this story to be addicting. I couldn't stop reading. I had to see how things turned out for the key characters. I wanted to know how things would end. I was never disappointed. What a read!

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