THE OTHER WIDOW, BY SUSAN CRAWFORD. REVIEW BY BARBARA COPPERTHWAITE

 

“A strong, thrilling set up that made me ask all kinds of questions”

THEY SAY

‘We have to stop seeing each other . . . It isn’t safe. For us.’ He turns toward her, and even in the darkened car she sees his fear.

The affair is over. Moments later, Joe’s car skids off an icy road. Desperate to keep her life intact, Dorrie runs from the wreckage – but now someone is calling her from his phone.

Joe’s wife knew he was cheating. On her own in the wake of his death, Karen can’t shake the feeling that someone is watching her.

Investigator Maggie Brennan is immediately suspicious of the life insurance claim following the crash. The policy was a recent purchase, and she doesn’t believe in coincidences.

As the fates of these three women become more tightly entwined, they’re brought closer to a terrifying truth.

I SAY

As soon as I read the start of The Other Widow, I was hooked. It was a strong, thrilling set up that made me ask all kinds of questions I was desperate to answer.

With three women’s stories playing out, there was plenty to get my teeth into. The investigator has a fascinating back story, and it felt as though this book was… TO READ THE REVIEW IN FULL, CLICK HERE

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