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.
OMG!!! This is an excellent intriguing, tension-filled mystery a truly gripping read.
I am sure I exceeded my previous reading speed to get to the climax. The story is told from both Seth and Charley’s point of view and covers present day and Charley’s history which added to the suspense.
I had not read anything by Kerry Wilkinson before and am very pleased to have a new author on my TBR list. Can’t wait to start reading all his books – I believe there are quite a number.
Thank you to NetGalley, Bookouture and Kerry Wilkinson for the opportunity to read and review this novel prior to publication.
- TITLE: The Wife’s Secret
- AUTHOR: Kerry Wilkinson
- PUBLISHER; Bookouture
- PUBLICATION DATE: 10 October 2018
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Kerry Wilkinson has had No.1 bestsellers in the UK, Canada, South Africa and Singapore, as well as top-five books in Australia. He has also written two top-20 thrillers in the United States. His book, Ten Birthdays, won the RNA award for Young Adult Novel of the Year in 2018.
As well as his million-selling Jessica Daniel series, Kerry has written the Silver Blackthorn trilogy – a fantasy-adventure serial for young adults – a second crime series featuring private investigator Andrew Hunter, plus numerous standalone novels. He has been published around the world in more than a dozen languages.
Originally from the county of Somerset, Kerry has spent far too long living in the north of England, picking up words like ‘barm’ and ‘ginnel’.
When he’s short of ideas, he rides his bike or bakes cakes. When he’s not, he writes it all down.