The Liar's Wife
Author: Samantha Hayes
Releases on: November 22, 2018
Genre: Suspense/ Psychological Thriller/Fiction
When Ella wakes up in a hospital following a hit-and-run incident, she is scared and confused. Close to tears, her eyes fall on a get-well-soon card on the window sill and the nurse reassures her that her loving husband will be back soon...
But Ella has never been married.
In fact, she has lived alone her whole adult life; working hard, rarely socializing, quietly harboring a terrible secret from her past.
Fear sweeps through Ella when she instantly recognizes the man who enters the ward. He is not her husband, but she knows that she must do as he says and play the part of dutiful wife.
What choice does she have? He was there the night of the fire, he knows her secret too…
Samantha Hayes grew up in a creative family where her love of writing began as a child. Samantha has written eight thrillers in total, including the bestselling Until You’re Mine. The Independent said “fantastically written and very tense” while Good Housekeeping said “Her believable psychological thrillers are completely gripping.” Samantha’s books are published in 22 languages at the last count.
When not writing, Samantha loves to cook, go to the gym, see friends and drink nice wine. She is also studying for a degree in psychotherapy. She has three grown-up children and lives in Warwickshire.
The Liar's Wife is a mind-twisting tale that will have you dangling helplessly from the edge of your seat; with heart-pounding action and suspense at every turn, you'll be completely captivated from start to finish! This first time read shocked me with it's exquisitely crafted words and had me in a state constant suspicion with every new character that graced the pages. If you like your reads fast paced, filled with tension and heavy on suspense then I highly suggest you get your hands on this book, it promises to give you all of that and more! By far one of the best thrillers I have settled down with this year!
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