Book Review || The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty

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The Husband’s Secret says

“Imagine that your husband wrote you a letter, to be opened after his death.
Imagine too that the letter contained his deepest darkest secret – something with the potential to destroy not just the life you have built together but the lives of others as well.
Imagine then you stumble across that letter while your husband is still very much alive.”

Celia Fitzpatrick is your average Australian mom. Successful Tupperware saleswoman and mom to three lovely girls everything is perfect; that is until she finds her husband John-Paul’s Letter.

Tess O’Leary’s husband has just let her in on his own secret. This secret has entered her running back to her mother’s house and her ex’s arms – the almost perfect Connor Whitby.

Finally , there’s Racheal Crowley whose daughter was murdered years ago, the killer was never found and nobody knows who the killer is –  except Racheal of course and she is sure of it.

Liane Moriarty makes lives of these people and those around them intertwine in unbelievable ways. This gives a novel that rocks you gently before hitting you with its cold hard unbelievable truths .

I promise you will be totally surprised by the end of this book. It is alsoone of the better mysteries I have read.

It begs the questions:

What will you do to keep your family together ?

Do you think all secrets should be shared between man and wife? and;

In addition, how long and how well can you keep a secret ?

Here’s a free pdf copy of

The Husband’s Secret

I hope you enjoy the book, and when you are done with it, please don’t hesitate to tell me at you think of it either here on the blog or on my Instagram.


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