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The Ex-Wife A nail biting gripping psychological thriller:Marocannonce

Jess Ryder
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Jess Ryder Published in October 23, 2018, 2:41 pm
 The Ex-Wife A nail biting gripping psychological thriller:Marocannonce

The Ex-Wife A nail biting gripping psychological thriller:Marocannonce

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Zuzana N
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Zuzana N Reply to on 20 June 2018
The Book that every suspense and psychological thriller fan needs to read!!!

The story of newly married couple, fresh start, new family and hurt Ex-Wife. Brilliantly written with topic anyone could relate to which makes it more believable and builds the real suspense even more.

The plot grabs your attention from very beginning and you feel like being chased right across the book. Twist after twist won’t let you put the book down and you just get so confused by who are you rooting for, what is everyone up to and who to trust.

Without giving anything away this is spectacular example how suspense should be written and how author keeps you on your toes throughout the whole book by flipping your ideas and opinions page by page.

Bookouture is famous for publishing fantastic books and thrillers are my favourite by far. It was very easy to became a big fan of Jess Ryder from the moment I ‘turned’ the last page and I will keep my eyes open for more great books by this author.
darannon
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darannon Reply to on 16 June 2018
I couldn't put this book down, and finished reading over two days. It had some great twists and turns, and the only reason I didn't give it five stars is because a few parts were too far-fetched. But the majority of the book is excellent, and the character of Natasha is very relatable. I'm definitely going to read more by this author.
CreerBFC
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CreerBFC Reply to on 20 July 2018
I wish I could give this book more than 5 starts

Wow...take a breath...breath

I’ve read some good books this year but this has to be the best. I’m normally a slow reader but manger to read this in a week, which is good for me
The first chapter got me straight away. Then I just had to keep reading and reading. This book never fault to keep you guessing. You would get to a point that you know the outcome and then there would be a twist. I was in awe

Anyway...

Natasha and nick are newly weds. They have a 1 year old daughter called Emily. They have the perfect live, a lovely house, nice car. Every couples dream. But there was one problem *the ex wife* she’s constantly in their fair, don’t leave them alone and always coming round the house.

When Natasha thought she had everything, her world comes tumbling down. Natasha returns home to find all her daughters clothes are gone as well as nicks and then realises nick has done a runner with their daughter. With no one to help will she resort in going to Jen for help? Can ken be trusted? Natasha would do anything to get Emily back

It won’t be a easy ride. This book has twist and turns then will keep you gripped
I highly recommend
All Things Sixties
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All Things Sixties Reply to on 11 June 2018
Absolutely loved this story. A very different spin on the usual ex spouse stories. Well written with good, well rounded characters. Highly recommended read.
Pumpkin
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Pumpkin Reply to on 9 August 2018
Oh what a gripping take. As the story unfolds and you get to know the individuals a bit more it's difficult to know who is deserving of sympathy. It's a story of people trying to please others so making bad choices with often devastating results. Right to the end you aren't sure who will survive the chaos their lives become. Great! Will look for more by this author.
Carole Price
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Carole Price Reply to on 20 June 2018
Really enjoyed reading this.
I won't spoil it for readers but I didn't expect the person to be who she was ! That comment will make sense if you read the book .
JoKatrina
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JoKatrina Reply to on 18 July 2018
Yes this was a good read...couldn't put it down... but found stealing back the child
on the motorway a bit unbelievable ... when you put a child into the back of a car all the doors
are locked, nipping from one car to another on the motorway is definitely not an option
so I didn't like that at all.
But overall the story was good. Best of the three I've read. Jokatrina.
mrs samantha lewis
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mrs samantha lewis Reply to on 8 June 2018
I read at least 2 novels a week and most of them recently have been average so to read this one which gripped me from the start was great , brilliantly written.
Tracy
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Tracy Reply to on 28 July 2018
This book was far fetched with completely unlikeable characters. I wanted to give Natasha a good shake, it was unrealistic that she faced the end of a marriage to someone so wealthy and seemingly didn’t care about financial support. Her mother was hideous and I just don’t believe that she wouldn’t visit her daughter at all when she first got married. Jen’s character changed so dramatically it just wasn’t believable and I have no idea why she was apparently so terrified of Sam. Talking about Sam, his transformation from professional driver to down and out drug addict was ludicrous. In the end I skimmed through just to finish. It was disappointing because there were so many positive reviews.
Roxanne
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Roxanne Reply to on 21 June 2018
Loved this!! I love thrillers and read a good few books a month , I tend to stick with the same author until I've read all their books but this was recommended after finishing the latest lisa Jewell book, and I decided to give it a go ...then I couldn't put it down! Read it in a day , none stop , twists and turns ....never felt so many different emotions for one character before ! Ending was great still thinking about it! Off to download others by Jess Ryder now! 100% recommend!
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