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The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty

What can l say about The Husband’s Secret other than it is just as good as the first Liane Moriarty book l read. She is a true master of her craft.

I found this book to be Sydney centric and very much set in world of Tupperware and the middle class, which could have made it very limited in scope. This never happened because of Liane Moriarty’s deft hand at forming an enthralling story. You care about the characters and there is not one superfluous word or line .

The story revolves around three women and a long forgotten letter. Cecila, Tess and Rachel have lives that intersect through a school in Sydney; Cecila, the high achiever(and very successful Tupperware lady), Tess, the professional career woman who’s husband tells her he’s in love with someone else( driving her back to Sydney) and Rachel, who’s daughter Janie’s murder remains unsolved.

Liane Moriarty has cleverly managed to craft a compelling story around these three women which leaves the reader interested until the very end. She really is a wonderful writer.

My thanks to Angela for lending me this book. She has lent me another and l’m going for three out of three great books.

Who else loves Liane Moriarty books?



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