The Silent WifeeBook - 2013
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A chilling psychological thriller about a marriage, a way of life, and how far one woman will go to keep what is rightfully hers. Told in alternating voices, Harrison's novel is expertly plotted and reminiscent of "Gone Girl" and "These Things Hidden."
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The cover of this book bills it as another "Gone Girl". It really isn't, but it was a good read nonetheless. Jodi is the wife of a real estate developer in Chicago. Her husband, a serial cheater, falls for and impregantes the daughter of his best friend. Told thru the eyes of both Jodi and Todd, the story unravels the emotional rollercoaster of both characters. I became totally absorbed in the story. The authors writes Jodi as a tad emotionally aloof, which is who she really is. Todd is played as a man ruled by basal instincts - even though he cheats on Jodi, he deeply loves her. Some unrealistic events bring the story to its climax, but, for the most part, the characters were probably more believable than those in Gone Girl.
The story of a shaky marriage which reaches a crisis point when Todd gets his friend's daughter pregnant, and his wife Jodi is persuaded to hire a killer. Makes you reflect on the importance of communication and honesty in any relationship. I like the way it is told from both his and her perspective, and the way you don't know how it will end until the final pages.
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