Book Review: His Wife’s Secret by Susan Willis

Thank you to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for giving me the chance to review His Wife’s Secret by Susan Willis.


When David meets old school-friend, Erin again he falls head over heels in love. He leaves his wife and their sixteen-year-old daughter to marry Erin. But, in a small village people have long memories and they move south for a fresh beginning. Erin’s behaviour starts to change in a very strange way and David wonders if she is punishing him for something he’s done?


This was the first book I have read by Susan Willis. It was absolutely gripping from the start and it begins right at the action, what first feels like a romance quickly turns into a darker psychological read. It isn’t something I would normally read but I’m so glad I gave it a chance. It is a wonderfully written book that keeps you engaged throughout. I really enjoyed His Wife’s Secret and look forward to reading more from Susan.


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Authors Bio

Susan Willis is a published author of four novels and five novellas. She lives in Co-Durhamsurrounded by a big family and dear friends. Susan works as a food technologist developing newrecipes and weaves the different aspects of her job into stories.Her last two novels are psychological suspense. Readers who have left reviews on amazon love theb because they are realistic with everyday people in situations that can happen.She has a collection of Fun-Size Tales of Love & Family which are available in Ebook and paperback.Susan is now writing Cozy Crime Short Reads and incorporating up to date issues of poor mentalhealth in a kidnap scene, the perils of social media, and an intruder on Skype. Nest year she hopes topublish these stories into a collection

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