Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Review: the Husband's Secret By: Liane Moriarty

The Husband's SecretThe Husband's Secret by Liane Moriarty
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

How interconnected are we to each other? Do you really know the person beside you and all their secrets?
It all starts with a long forgotten letter sealed with "For my wife, Cecelia Fitzpatrick To be opened only in the event of my death" and the unforgettable curiosity that made her break the seal.
Tess O'Leary thought she had a wonderful marriage, she was even happy - that is until her cousin and husband sit her down to tell her about them falling in love. Tess runs home to her mother taking her son Liam and runs into Connor, the what if guy.
Rachael Crowley's daughter Janie was murdered 28 years ago, husband has passed, her now only child is planning on moving with his wife and son to New York, and she believes that she has been working with her daughter's murderer for a couple years.
All these women threaded together in an amazing can't put down book. Think the movie Crash added with the depth of each character, the multidimensional layers upon layers. I was amazed buy this story and the writing style. This is a must for any book club, there is so much to discuss and question. You will not be disappointed.

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