"Riveting! You won't want to put it down!"
Reviewed by Evie Harris
Posted March 10, 2021
When the story opens we learn there are three people in the room. One is dead. Of course, a criminal investigation follows and a series of interviews are worked into the narrative. Louise was married to Andrew Page first. After they divorced he married Caz. Andrew has been murdered and Caz and Louise are accusing each other. The story is told mostly in the voices of Caz and Louise. The relationship between the three of them is so bizarre and scary it is worthy of its own chapter in a psychology text book.
This is a tense and well plotted story. As we read the women's words it is difficult for us to know who to believe. Just when we think we know the characters well enough to understand what they are capable of something new is presented and nothing is certain. Suspects have motives galore.
ONE IN THREE is a masterfully told psychological thriller that keeps readers wondering what comes next. It is riveting from start to its surprising end. I could not put this book down. Highly recommended.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. The opinions expressed in this review are my own.
A brilliantly twisty new thriller - perfect for fans of Lisa Jewell
Both of them loved him. One of them killed him . . .
Louise has had to watch her husband, Andrew, start a new family in the four years since he left her. The 'other woman' is now his wife - but Louise isn't ready to let Caz enjoy the life that was once hers, or to let go of the man she still loves.
As Louise starts to dig into Caz's past, the two women's pretence of civility starts to slip. But in trying to undermine each other, they discover more about the man they both married.
And when Andrew is murdered at a family party, both women are found standing over the body.
It's always the wife. But which one?
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