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    Creepy

    I read the synopsis of The Woman at 46 Heath Street and knew I had to try this one. I've never read anything by this author previous to this book. I was intrigued from the start. I found Ella to be a sympathetic, albeit naive, character. Imagine getting a letter informing you that your husband is cheating! Seriously? I don't blame her for not wanting to leave. Ella is relatable in this aspect and just a woman in a terrible situation not of her choosing. I despise the husband, so I won't go there. Alice is a clever intuitive character. Ella moves her in with good intentions, but does Alice share the goodwill? It's a suspenseful kind of creepy story, and it kept my interest. I found it engaging and entertaining throughout. I will read more from the author. I recommend for anyone who likes a good psychological thriller. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review.
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    Excellent read!

    Ella and Chris have been happily married when all of a sudden Chris wants a divorce. Ella is crushed but her yoga pal, Alice, comes to her rescue and moves in with her to help with expenses. Alice is a great friend, but is she really??? Strange things start to happen which will keep you guessing until the very end. This book grabbed me from the first few pages. It is a captivating page turner with lots of twist and turns with an ending I did not see coming. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the ARC of this very addictive read in exchange for an honest review.
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    The Woman at 46 HeathStreet

    Interesting and easy to read. Complicated story about family secrets and mystery. Entertaining and quick to read. It will have you trying to guess the ending and what was going on. A sad story about attitudes of old.
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    The Woman at 46Heath Street.

    Great read. I could not put this book down. Interesting characters and the story has lots of twists and turns.
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    Wonderful

    Caught ahold right away and didn't let go. A rather sad story with a somewhat happy ending.
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