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  • Another great book from JoAnn Chaney!

    January 21st, 2019 by Pingwing As Long As We Both Shall Live As Long As We Both Shall LiveAs Long As We Both Shall Live By JoAnn Chaney Source Purchased Published by Flatiron Books on January 15, 2019 four-stars “My wife! I think she’s dead!” Matt frantically tells park rangers that he and his wife, Marie, were hiking when she fell off a cliff into the raging river below. They start a search, but they aren’t hopeful: no one could have survived that fall. It was a tragic accident. But Matt’s first wife also died in suspicious circumstances. And when the police pull a body out of the river, they have a lot more questions for Matt. Detectives Loren and Spengler want to know if Matt is a grieving, twice-unlucky husband or a cold-blooded murderer. They dig into the couple’s lives to see what they can unearth. And they find that love’s got teeth, it’s got claws, and once it hitches you to a person, it’s tough to rip yourself free. So what happens when you’re done making it work? I was so excited to read this book because I loved JoAnn Chaney’s first book, What You Don’t Know. And I heard really great things about this book before it came out, so I made sure to pre-order the ebook so I could start reading it as soon as possible on release day! I posted about the book on Litsy and Instagram when I finished, saying that it was a wild, dark, gripping story about love and marriage. It was an unputdownable, entertaining, satisfying book that I finished in two days. JoAnn Chaney is now one of my favourite authors, and I will eagerly read whatever she writes next! If you haven’t read either of her books, I highly recommend that you pick them both up! What You Don’t Know has slightly edged out As Long As We Both Shall Live as my favourite of hers, but if you like mysteries and thrillers, you’ll be satisfied with whichever one you read first! I have so many things I want to say about it, but it would be very spoilery, so I’ll hold off for now, but if you’ve read it, let me know! This will be a very fun one to discuss with others.

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  • Perfectly thrilling page-turner!

    Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for an advance copy of this book in return for an honest review. My honest review says you need to put this book on your To Read shelf! After reading the marketing blurb, I had it in my mind that this was a tale based loosely on some story I heard somewhere (48 Hours, maybe?) about a husband whose first wife fell off a cliff. Getting rid of Wife No. 1 worked so well, he tried the same thing on Wife No. 2. Well, this story isn’t that story. Matt’s first wife dies in a tragic accident, then 20 years later Wife No. 2 falls off a cliff. But did she really? hat the question and, oh, there are so many twists to this plot that I can’t do it justice in a review without giving any of it away. While I was reading, I thought there was a typo, and I’m like, no, that’s not right. Keep reading, and you suddenly realize it’s right, and the twist will make your head spin. This is the tale of a marriage gone horribly wrong, with secrets and manipulation aplenty, a plot that twists every which way. The great helps you keep it all straight. here are some dark moments, then there are others that actually make you laugh. There is also a sub-story, not part of the plot, that works along the same theme but approached from a different manner. Perfectly thrilling page-turner!

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