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Publisher Description

Imagine that your husband has two other wives.

You’ve never met the other wives. None of you know each other, and because of this unconventional arrangement, you can see your husband only one day a week. But you love him so much you don’t care. Or at least that’s what you’ve told yourself.

But one day, while you’re doing laundry, you find a scrap of paper in his pocket — an appointment reminder for a woman named Hannah, and you just know it’s another of the wives.

You thought you were fine with your arrangement, but you can’t help yourself: you track her down, and, under false pretenses, you strike up a friendship. Hannah has no idea who you really are. Then Hannah starts showing up to your coffee dates with telltale bruises, and you realise she’s being abused by her husband. Who, of course, is also your husband. But you’ve never known him to be violent, ever.

Who exactly is your husband, and how far would you go to find the truth? Would you risk your own life?

And who is his mysterious third wife?

Crime & Thrillers
1 January
HQ Fiction
HarperCollins Australia Pty Limited

Customer Reviews

Marina Skinner ,

A thrill of a thriller!!

What on earth did I just read???
My mind as well as my heart were officially confused as to what was happening....
I couldn’t put this book down! The further I read the more my heart pounded!
Best way to read this story, going in blind! It is such a thrill of a thriller! Honestly wasn’t sure which character to believe and then Id think ‘what is going on here?’
I genuinely got hooked in the storyline that grabbed my attention from the start and when it ended??!!
What in the what???? As I read, I really felt like this was one of those midday movies that play with your mind! I kid you not! It was just.....yep not too sure to be quite honest! The author has written a book that will no doubt stick in your mind as something you don’t quite expect!

Mrs Lee 7 ,

Don’t buy this book

The plot inconsistencies will do your head in.

.bibliophile ,


Lots of trivial inconsistencies made for a less than pleasant read. The first couple of chapters felt like a different book...a better one.

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