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My Husband's Killer

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29th November 2022

Price: £9.99

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Selected: Digital (deliver electronic) / ISBN-13: 9780751575088

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Three couples. One murder. A holiday to die for . . .

We arrived at a villa on the Amalfi Coast, ready to enjoy a sun-soaked weekend with our oldest friends – and one new face.

By the end of the weekend, my husband is found dead.

But how can I mourn him, when on the day of his funeral I discover he was having an affair?

The only suspects are the women we went on holiday with. My oldest, closest friends.

Do I really want to dig into my husband’s secret? Do I really want to know who betrayed me?

And as I start to unravel their secrets . . . do I really believe his death was an accident?

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Reviews

SUN
Superb
NIKKI SMITH
It kept me guessing to the end, was packed full of twists and was also a very moving portrayal of someone who is widowed unexpectedly. The perfect escapist read!
JOHN MARRS
A pacy, twisty page-turner
ERIN KELLY
A classic whodunnit worthy of Christie. Proper "miss your stop" stuff
FIONA CUMMINS
The perfect compulsive summer read
CHRIS WHITAKER
Chilling, moving, compulsively readable
CATHERINE COOPER
A gripping, multi-layered story of toxic friendship and deceit. Clever and nuanced, I really enjoyed it
KAREN HAMILTON
Expertly written and plotted
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PRAISE FOR LAURA MARSHALL
TAMMY COHEN
A tense, twisty, one-sitting read
LISA CUTTS
Only the need to sleep stopped me reading it in one sitting. Such a page-turner with no let-up in pace
EMMA CURTIS
Clever, pacey and compelling
KAREN HAMILTON
I couldn't put it down! Such a clever and thrilling read
FIONA CUMMINS
Brilliant . . . I couldn't put it down. So cleverly written that the pages are turning themselves
MARION TODD
A compelling plot interlaced with a growing unease I couldn't shake off - so clever!
DAILY MAIL
A name to watch