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The Widow by Valerie Keogh

My Review:

What an intriguing psychological thriller this proved to be
Starting with three sisters - A, B and C.
With flashbacks sharing the young girls' fates
And news of the present also percolates.

A story which shares Alison's life
Her childhood, friendships, troubles and strife.
Lots of secrets currently kept safely concealed
Are slowly to be fully revealed.

There are twists galore as the story unfolds
Leaving you guessing wanting more to be told.
There's lots to learn about Alison, Peter and Jo
But never assume its the truth that you know!

A dark, thrilling read, I'm sure you'll agree
Filled with murder, mystery and past history.
For my complementary copy of this book, I say thank you,
A page-turner read, this is my honest review.

Synopsis:

Grieving or guilty?

When Allison’s wealthy and charming husband Peter is found dead, she appears distraught, devastated….delighted?

Because despite an apparently picture-perfect marriage, Allison knows it was all built on a bed of lies.

And as the truth regarding Peter’s life and death are revealed, Alison must try to keep her own dark past buried.

Because if Peter was keeping secrets, then his widow is too…

Purchase Link – https://amzn.to/3C6Owoc

Author Bio – 

Valerie Keogh is the internationally bestselling author of several psychological thrillers and crime series, most recently published by Bloodhound. She originally comes from Dublin but now livesin Wiltshire and worked as a nurse for many years. Her first thriller for Boldwood was published in August 2022.

Social Media Links –  

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/valeriekeoghnovels 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ValerieKeogh1 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/valeriekeogh2/ 

Newsletter Sign Up: https://bit.ly/ValerieKeoghNews 

Bookbub profile: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/valerie-keogh 

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