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How well do you know the person you’ve married?
How much do you trust the person you live with? The person you sleep beside? The person you have sex with?
Lies, evasions, jealousies, tragedies…how is a couple supposed to survive? By either growing closer or moving apart. When Ethan Montclair wakes up one morning and breakfast isn’t ready, he assumes his wife Sutton has gone for a run. It never occurs to him that she’s run away. Yet her handwritten note tells him not to look for her.
Despite her request, Ethan does look. He speaks to anyone who might know where Sutton has gone and eventually even calls the police – knowing he will be considered the prime suspect in her disappearance. But he loves her and is worried. As the story unfurls, Ethan and Sutton’s lives are put under a microscope and all is not as it appears. The question is, how far will Ethan go to uncover his wife’s truth? And how is it that his perception appears to be so different than hers – if her friends and family are to be believed?
I love stories where things are slowly peeled away and layers lifted. Nothing was implausible, but the end was still a surprise.
I’m a huge J.T. Ellison fan and have been waiting with bated breath for this book. I listened to the audio in one day.
I was not disappointed.
I love psychological thrillers with unreliable narrators. In this case, there are literally a number of different voices – 4 in all. It is great that they producers decided to go with four different, and talented, narrators. Each brings something unique and I especially love Matthew’s British accent for Ethan.
If you loved Ellison’s No One Knows, you will really enjoy this one and I highly recommend it.
19 of 19 people found this review helpful
Took me forever to finish because I had to keep rewinding or skipping back to chapters to figure out what was going on
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
So what a stonking good read. That ending was a twister that I didn't see coming, and the three witches, the so called bezzie mates well they showed their true colours.
Ethan and Sutton have it all, good looks, health, wealth and the perfect marriage. To top off this wonderful life Ethan is an author and Sutton is a writer. Yes you read that correctly that is how it is described. All will come clear as you read on.
Has Ethan been a naughty man, Sutton doesn't know, all she knows is she is becoming increasingly paranoid, is relying more and more on her friends who each hold secrets for her. But the morning that Ethan wakes up to discover her note saying she has gone away and please don't try to find me is what starts the ball rolling, gathering speed until he is arrested for her murder.
Absolutely fabulous read/listen. Might just read another one of JT Ellisons' books before adding to my following list
Absolutely fantastic!!! One of the best Psychological Thrillers I have read....the page turning way that this is written is truly gripping and unputdownable.....The twist at the end that I did see coming only followed by another twist that I did not!!!!