Three women – all with secrets. Secrets that can no longer be ignored...
Catherine is a good mother and a good wife. The family home is immaculate, her husband's supper is cooked on time, but when she starts writing to Michael, a prisoner convicted of murder, she finds herself obsessing about his crime and whether he can ever truly be forgiven...
Kate has no time for herself. Caught in the maelstrom of bringing up two young children with no money, and an out-of-work husband, she longs to escape the drudgery of being a wife and a mother. And she soon starts taking dangerous risks to feel alive...
Alison has flown the nest. But university life is not what she had hoped for, and she finds herself alone and unhappy. Until the day her professor takes a sudden interest in her. Then everything changes...
A gripping psychological suspense with a shocking twist that will leave you reeling... Perfect for the fans of Jenny Blackhurst and Sue Fortin.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
No parent ever wants to question just how far they’d go to ensure the safety of their kids—but that’s something this taut thriller forces you to consider. It introduces us to three women, each seemingly very different Catherine is in possession of an on-paper perfect domestic life—loving family, nice home—but is taken down a dangerous new path when she begins a correspondence with a convicted murderer. Kate is also tempted by the dark side to escape her no-frills, no-money family life, while Alison’s struggles with university get more complicated once a professor takes a deeper interest in her studies. Karen Osman shows splendid skill in guiding us through—very patiently—to reveal just how they’re linked.
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The Good Mother
An extremely interesting book.I had real difficulty in leaving it,to get busy with my household chores.
An excellent story line,with believable characters.All so well written.
The denouement is something else....I didn't see it coming!!!
A gripping thriller.Won't spoil it for the reader.Highly recommended...you won't be disappointed!!!
The Good Mother
Fantastic story, eloquently written from start to finish, telling that hell really hath no fury, like a mother scorned. Officially up there as one of my all time favourite reads.
A wonderful book with a great storyline. I did have a hint of how the book was going to end, but I was still thrilled to learn of the ending.