The Other Husband: A gripping psychological thriller
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Bookslut | An Interview with Audrey Niffenegger". www.bookslut.com. Archived from the original on April 13, 2019 . Retrieved March 8, 2019. I am a regular reader of author Kathryn Croft’s novels finding them fast paced and addictive, but I found this one a little disappointing. It was still a good read but for me didn’t hit the high standards of many of the other books.
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I don’t understand the point of the partner swap, if not to have sex. I don’t even care, these four characters are all insipid. Sienna spends the entire book jumping to conclusions based on the most tenuous of links. Rob thinks so little of his wife, he’s ready to believe she slept with and murdered Greg. His mother is a 1 dimensional stereotype. Abby is just weak willed. None of them have any substance and their actions make no sense at all. The book is twice as long as it needs to be.Sheffield Christmas lights switch-on event 'not possible' and replaced with festive weekend this year instead I really love when I can't guess who did the crime. There was a lot of crime, and most caught me off guard. You’re right,’ she says to Rob. ‘I’ll find something soon. I’ll just have to make the most of this free time and get this house sorted.’ The thought fills her with anxiety. This is not what she wants to be doing: she should be planning for the autumn term.
Audrey Niffenegger on finishing the sequel to The Time
Abbey is new to the area decides to go to a pilates class, it’s here she meets Sienna and little do they realise them meeting will set of a chain of events. Ending with Sienna’s husband Greg disappearance. Jo doesn’t need to worry about Sienna, though. She wouldn’t so much as flirt with another man, let alone another woman’s husband. She can’t say the same for Nikki, Reuben’s wife, though; the woman takes every opportunity to fawn over Greg, touching his arm, her voice turning gentler, more feminine, when she talks to him. It turns Sienna’s stomach. She should laugh about it really – Greg would never respond to someone so obvious. Nikki is a commanding woman, though, a managing director for a technology company, and with the exception of Eva and Jo, she treats everyone like one of her employees. The silence in the room is excruciating. ‘How’s school?’ she asks to fill the void. Yet as soon as she says it, she’s aware that if he’s being bullied and getting into fights, then this is the last thing he will want to discuss. Still, it is an opening for him to talk to her about it if he wants to, although she doubts this will be the case.I loved the story-telling voice behind this intriguing domestic drama which takes you to the heart of its characters. Intelligently written.' Jane Corry, author of The Lies We Tell Niffenegger has degrees from the Art Institute of Chicago and Northwestern University.  As an undergraduate student at the Art Institute of Chicago, Niffenegger created her own book arts major combining etching, letterpress arts and bookbinding.  Her first project was called The Adventuress, which she self-described as "a novel In pictures". Niffenegger's second novel in pictures was titled The Three Incestuous Sisters which she created while completing her M.F.A. at Northwestern.  These two novels in pictures were subsequently published by Harry N. Abrams. The Three Incestuous Sisters was published in 2005 and tells the story of three unusual sisters who live in a seaside house; the book has been compared to the work of Edward Gorey. The Adventuress was released on September 1, 2006. Oh? You never mentioned that.’ This shouldn’t surprise Sienna. Greg rarely volunteers information about his son: she is always the one pushing him for details.
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Why did Greg insist he killed Leela ‘deliberately’ when he was guilty of leaving Leela but not of directly killing her?I received a gifted copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review as part of the book tour hosted by Lovebookstours.