HE’S GOING TO LEAVE YOU.
LET’S SEE HOW SMUG YOU ARE THEN.
Shortly after Christmas, a message arrives at Sophie’s house. Perhaps she should ignore it, but she ignored the last one. And the one before that. Now it’s time to take action.
But when a simple plan to identify and confront the other woman goes drastically and violently wrong, Sophie must go to extreme lengths to keep her life and her family together – while never letting on her devastating secret.
‘This is one of those books where a small seed grows into a monstrous, flesh-eating plant. The perfect life starts to unravel at breakneck speed. I was breathless by the end. A fantastically tense psychological thriller, chilling because it is so believable.’ – Elly Griffiths
‘Psychological suspense. Events spiral out of control in this dark thriller leavened with a wicked streak of humour.’ – Woman & Home
‘Compulsive, horrifying and irresistibly funny’ – Val McDermid
‘A brilliant twisty dark farce’ – Erin Kelly
‘Wilson’s sharp wit shines brightly in this original, ingenious and blackly funny take on the psychological novel’ – Alex Marwood
‘I was breathless by the end. A fantastically tense psychological thriller, chilling because it is so believable’ – Elly Griffiths
‘A thrilling Must Read by Laura Wilson. Wry, dark and brilliantly observed.’ – Hilary Boyd
‘THE OTHER WOMAN is a brilliant rollercoaster read that subverts ‘domestic noir’ to create a dark and touching comedy.’ – Isabelle Grey
‘A stand-out domestic noir, sickly written and perfectly paced.’ – Jo Spain
‘Brilliantly plotted, fast paced and utterly gripping… a completely fresh approach to domestic noir.’ – Kate McQuaile
‘Laura Wilson is an incredibly gifted writer who can portray an entire lifetime in a single paragraph. This is a nail bitingly tense and original book.’ – Sharon Bolton
‘With twists and turns and a brilliant ending, it’s a clever, tense thriller – fans of Barbara Vine’s novels will immerse themselves in this gripping story!’ – Candis, Book of the Month
‘Original gems are rare… The Other Woman is a lesson in brilliant pacing… A delightful read’ – The Times
‘Deliciously dark, at times grisly, and always darkly comic thriller’ – Sunday Mirror