This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.
The Other Mrs.
Summary: Propulsive and addictive, The Other Mrs. is the twisty new psychological thriller from Mary Kubica, the New York Timesbestselling author of The Good Girl
She tried to run, but she can’t escape the other Mrs.
Sadie and Will Foust have only just moved their family from bustling Chicago to small-town Maine when their neighbor Morgan Baines is found dead in her home. The murder rocks their tiny coastal island, but no one is more shaken than Sadie.
But it’s not just Morgan’s death that has Sadie on edge. And as the eyes of suspicion turn toward the new family in town, Sadie is drawn deeper into the mystery of what really happened that dark and deadly night. But Sadie must be careful, for the more she discovers about Mrs. Baines, the more she begins to realize just how much she has to lose if the truth ever comes to light.
Traveling With T’s Thoughts:
Ya’ll.. this book has taken me some days to read- but that is because February was a crap-tastic month for reading (I finished 2 freaking books). But on Sunday, I woke up early and instead of picking up the phone to check Instagram, I picked up The Other Mrs. and was determined to finish it. And I did. YAY!
What I liked:
The cover! YASSSSSSS!
The creepy atmosphere of the book. Moving to Maine, a place you have to take a ferry, and you can’t get off the place until the ferry comes back and then it’s winter and you know the ferry is going to be unreliable? Add in a murder and a house that just gives you chills? YES, please!
How the story was laid out- each character was needed for this story.
Bottom line: I had begun to have some thoughts about how this book was going to play out- but Mary Kubica def had some tricks up her sleeve. Put this on your TBR list!
*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*
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T @ Traveling With T
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