Iris’s worst nightmare is upon her. A phone call informing that Will was on a plane that was crushed on the way to its destination. But there is one detail, a very important one – Will was on the way to Orlando, and the plane that crashed was en route to… Seattle. Was it a mistake or deliberate deceit? With the help of her twin brother, Iris begins to analyze her current widow status, her marriage, and her husband.
Secret life, fraud, deception – this novel has it all. At first, it seems like a simple plot, a husband who lives a double life. On some level it is true, but there is so much more. And the ending is simply plausible. Kimberly Belle puller an astonishing ploy at the very end of the novel. This is my first book by the author and I find her writing impeccable.
The Marriage Lie is a riveting, well-developed, and captivating novel. It’s fast pacing, one or two sit-read. Sip your glass of wine, lay on your favorite couch, silence your loved ones and begin to enjoy this wonderful thriller!
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