In The Other Mrs., Sadie has several problems. She left her dream job in a Chicago ER for a family practice on a rural island in Maine. Her husband’s sister died—perhaps by her own hand— leaving him a house, bank account, and her strange goth daughter Imogene to care for. Imogene just wants all these strangers to get out of her house. Sadie’s husband, Will, cheated on her in Chicago. Their son, Otto, has been bullied. Now a neighbor is dead and the police suspect the strangers in their midst. Can anything else bad possibly happen to Sadie? Take my word for it that much more will happen in this twisty domestic thriller.
Just when you think you can see where the plot is heading, the book makes a sharp right-hand turn. The Other Mrs. is anything but predictable. If you like your thrillers solidly built on relationships but also fast-paced like a rollercoaster, you will enjoy this book. 4 stars!
Thanks to Park Row, Harlequin, and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.