The Divorce by Victoria Jenkins ~ Publication Day 7-4-19 ~ @bookouture @vicwritescrime @annewilliams4

They seemed like any other couple 

Josh and Lydia Green. A doctor, and a stay-at-home mother. They met at a party, which led to a dinner, which led to a happy and comfortable life together. They married young, and had children earlier than planned.

Their marriage seemed like any other marriage 

They have their moments, of course – who doesn’t? With Josh working longer hours in the hospital, and Lydia feeling increasingly isolated at home, the strain is starting to show. They don’t talk as much as they used to.

But they have a secret like no other

Not every wife is as scared as Lydia.

Not every husband is hiding as much as Josh.

Not everything you think about them is true.

There is nothing more frightening than someone who has nothing left to lose; no one to be feared more greatly than a person who has nothing standing in their way.

A solid psychological thriller by another great Bookouture author!

“The Divorce” starts out fast paced and never had a slow part! Each character has a mysterious side that needs figuring out. You’ll spend about 75% of the book thinking you know, but the twist will definitely take you by surprise.

Victoria Jenkins definitely proves that a twisty plot doesn’t have to have tons of characters and multiple layers that can sometimes add confusion. This book was written with a slowly building yet intense plot twist that was extremely well written.

Highly recommend!

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Victoria Jenkins lives with her husband and daughter in South Wales, where her series of crime novels featuring Detectives King and Lane is based. Her debut novel The Girls in the Water is an Amazon UK top 30 bestseller, and top 5 bestseller in the Amazon US chart. 


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