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    Great book

    For all you thrill readers this is a definite must read. This is definitely a bone chilling thriller that will have you captivated. I myself was completely captivated. Kerry Wilkinson sure knows how to write his stories and He oozes suspense, and misleads us in a dual timeline that I rarely see in any thriller. The characters are believabke even if you dont like them and I was trying too see if there were casts of doubt between them all. I felt like i was on a rollercoaster and cant wait to read more of his work. Thank you to bookouture and Netgalley for allowing me to journey through this thrill ride.
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    Loved!!!!!

    My Review: Wow, wow, wow!!!!! This author never ceases to amaze me. I’ve read many books by this author and I’ve loved them all. It’s the endings of his books that I love the most. There are so many surprises and revelations as I turned each page. I raced right through this one. The book was about a woman who’s husband goes missing at the same time a little girl is found beaten hanging on for dear life. Did her husband do this to this poor girl? Or was it just a coincidence? Was there a connection between her husband and this girl? Where was her husband? You find this out and so much more by the end of the book. I want to start off by saying how much I loved this book. I loved the way the author had one person narrating the whole book. I felt everything the narrator felt. I felt her pain, loss, and most of all her confusion. All she wanted was to know where her husband was and if he did what they were saying he did. She didn’t want to believe she was living with a monster for all these years. I also loved the plot of this book. I’m a sucker for anything that has to do with children. I think it has to do with that children are so innocent so I can’t believe why anyone would want to hurt them. Now let’s talk about that ending. Endings are always my favorite part of the book. I couldn’t believe that ending. I definitely got all my questions answered by the end. There were so many twists and turns and I loved it. I didn’t know which way was up or down by the time I finished the book. That ending will stick with me for a long time. Between the plot, characters and all the twists in this book it made it an easy and fast read. I would definitely recommend it and happily give it 5 Hearts❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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    Great read🤗

    Really excellent, suspenseful read: Richard, what did you do?!😲 Terrifically entertaining! I found this Kerry Wilkinson novel taut, suspenseful and compelling. I did not want to put it down until the mystery involving Maddy's missing husband Richard was solved. I liked the way Wilkinson weaves a tragic thread from Maddy's past into the story every few chapters and, finally, at the climax, she reveals the relevance of the earlier incident to the present case where a young girl's life hangs by a thread and a whole village makes assumptions about the identity of her attacker. Maddy puts up with a lot from the police and other village women, especially the mother of the injured girl, but keeps an open mind about how her missing husband is involved. I really liked Maddy; she's intelligent, loyal, a good mother and not ready to twiddle her thumbs while the police investigate. In her search for Richard she uncovers a side of her husband's life she never suspected. A village with secrets, rivalries and Queen Bees. An all-around top-notch story with a truly unexpected ending. I loved it.😍 Thanks to publishers Bookouture and NetGalley for sharing an advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review.
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    An engaging and quick-paced thriller that keeps yo

    What My Husband Did is an engaging and quick-paced thriller that keeps you guessing. Told through two narratives, one in the past and one in the present, the story unravels in a really interesting way. It’s an easy book to get through quickly as the characters are distinctive and the plot is very to the point. While there was a little more context that I wanted at the beginning and end, just to really set the atmosphere of the town up a little better, I love how sharp and tight the story feels at the same time. Instead of feeling heavy with description, What My Husband Did feels more like an hour-long TV episode, getting straight to the important events while ensuring that there’s just enough detail to make you care for the characters at the same time. The setting of a small town where everybody knows everybody’s business is the perfect location for secrets, betrayals and grudges to thrive, set in a community where it’s impossible not to judge those closest to you. Full of red herrings and misdirections, you question the intentions of everybody involved, all the while trying to believe in Maddy’s hope that her husband isn’t a monster, whatever his secrets may be. The final revelations certainly come as surprise and these chapters are full of suspense. And although I wanted a little more time spent on the characters in the present, I love the blunt ending of the past narrative which ends the story on an impacting message. While this message of how treating somebody as guilty before knowing the facts can have huge consequences feels distinct, it’s weaved in subtly throughout and isn’t pushed onto the reader, either, making it really play in the background of your mind. This is the first book I have read by Kerry Wilkinson but I am definitely interested to read more of his work now. Do you have any recommendations on which of his books I should try next?
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    Well worth the read!

    A good story with interesting characters and a lot of suspense. I did feel as though I was reading two stories, and I’m still not sure how the story of Maddys dad affected the main story other than shape who she became. It was still well worth the read, and I found it was hard to put down. I would recommend it to others who enjoy a good mystery.

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