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  • The Next Wife

  • Von: Liz Lawler
  • Gesprochen von: Zara Ramm
  • Spieldauer: 9 Std. und 51 Min.
  • 4,1 out of 5 stars (15 Bewertungen)

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Von: Liz Lawler
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    She watched the man help her out of the car. How could he bring this woman here and not change a thing? She wondered if his new wife was going to be safe in this house. 

    Daniel is everything I ever dreamed of. A handsome, successful doctor who truly swept me off my feet. I can’t wait to get back from our honeymoon and begin our new lives together.

    Except, rather than taking us back to our flat, Daniel announces we are moving to a new house in a different city. And when we arrive, the house is fully furnished, with plates in the cupboard, pictures on the walls and new clothes in my closet. It’s like someone already lives here. It seems a bit strange. But I know Daniel is just trying to make sure our new life is perfect, right from the start.

    And it is perfect. He’s perfect.

    Until one day, Daniel makes a mistake. One that has terrible consequences. And he blames me.

    I suddenly don’t recognize the kind, selfless man I fell in love with.

    And soon after, an elderly lady I’ve often seen on our street knocks on the door. She tells me that I need to be careful, that I can’t trust my husband.

    That I should ask him what happened to his first wife.

    Liz Lawler, the true master of psychological suspense, is back with a heart-stopping, dark, and twisted story of what really goes on behind closed doors. Fans of Samantha Downing, B A Paris, and JP Delaney will be totally enthralled. 

    ©2020 Liz Lawler (P)2020 Bookouture, an imprint of Storyfire Ltd.

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    What a silly book

    I really could neither understand nor put up with the behavior of the wife. A really silly story.

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    Not the worst book ever...

    ...but also not quite good!
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