My #BookReview for The Wife’s Secret by Kerry Wilkinson @bookouture @kerrywk

A gripping psychological thriller with a heart-stopping twist

Charley Willis was thirteen years old when her parents were killed in their family home and she was found hiding in a cupboard upstairs.

Fifteen years later, Charley is marrying Seth Chambers. It should be the happiest day of their lives, a chance for Charley to put her past behind her, but just hours after the ceremony, she is missing.

No one saw her leave. No one knows where she is.

One thing is for certain…Seth is about to discover he doesn’t really know the woman he just married. And his nightmare is only just beginning.

A totally gripping psychological thriller that will keep you reading until the very last jaw-dropping twist.



I am a massive fan of this author’s books and his stand alone psychological thrillers that have been released have been brilliant – and having read this one for me it is possibly his best yet!

I loved the plot for this story, the suspense that is created is great. I did guess quite a bit of the plot but there were twists still that I didn’t see coming and it was a completely additive read that I read from start to finish the day it landed on my Kindle.

The characters in the story are brilliant, Martha was my favourite character and I can imagine that she was fun to write about too, Charley and Seth were great as well and with them having different backgrounds and personalities it that made the story so deep in places and really intense! There are quite a few people in the story too that I strongly detested too…

Five stars from me for this one – I loved the writing style, it had a great pace and was really well executed! Cannot wait to see what he releases next!!