I’m not the wife you think I am
Just weeks after giving birth, new mum Stephanie Henderson and her baby girl disappear.
With husband Adam in despair, and the police investigation stalled, it’s up to her sister Jess to find them. But when Adam starts to behave suspiciously, Jess starts to question what really happened.
Following news of a tragic accident, she suspects the worst and, in turmoil, goes in search of answers. But Jess isn’t prepared for what she uncovers . . . or for what happens next.
This is a twisted psychological thriller that will make you question what is real, and whether you really can trust those you love.
‘This is a gripping suspense novel, and a powerful testament to the bond between sisters. Clear your diary and get the snacks in. Once you open this one, you won’t be putting it down.’ Cass Hunter, author of The After Wife
‘A complex and intriguing novel that paints a dark portrait of dysfunctional family relationships’ Fiona Cummins, author of Rattle
I really enjoyed this one!
I thought that the plot was excellent and the author has written the story really well. The pace of the story is great and I flew through the pages as I needed to see how it would all end, it was certainly a book I struggled to put down.
The book paints quite a dark picture of family life but this was one for me that made me think about what really goes on behind closed doors, do you really know your neighbours, and family that well… I loved the characters and they were very well developed and really suited the plot to give it an added extras.
Four stars from me for this one – it had a gripping plot, excellent characters and it was really well written! Highly recommended!!