I’m delighted to have been asked to participate in the blog tour for ‘The Guilty Wife’.
One woman’s past could cost her everything…
Frankie Keegan is struggling.
While she tries to make strides in her career, life at home is slowly unravelling as she is haunted by the secrets of her past.
Someone else remembers…
As the dark nights draw in, the anniversary of the loss of her brother looms and Frankie is drawn back to the memories of that fateful night 20 years previously. As she descends into a guilt-ridden state, she begins to suspect that someone else is also remembering that night and they are determined to terrify her…
Can she confront her past before it’s too late?
From the international bestselling author of The Daughter In Law, a gripping psychological thriller about family, secrecy and grief – with a twist you won’t see coming. Perfect for fans of K L Slater, Shalini Boland and Lisa Jewell.
Author Bio –
Nina Manning studied psychology and was a restaurant-owner and private chef (including to members of the royal family). She is the founder and co-host of Sniffing The Pages, a book review podcast. Her debut psychological thriller, The Daughter in Law, was a bestseller in the UK, US, Australia and Canada. She lives in Dorset.
Social Media Links –
Own website https://www.ninamanningauthor.com/
Twitter @ https://twitter.com/ninamanning78
Previously titled ‘Her Darkest Fear’, ‘The Guilty Wife’ is a fast-paced psychological thriller with plenty of twists and suspense.
Frankie is still riddled with guilt almost twenty years after her brother was killed in an accident. As the anniversary of his death and what would have been his fortieth birthday approaches, it becomes apparent that someone else from her past hasn’t forgotten the events of that night and begins to send her a series of chilling reminders.
The beauty of this novel is that as the story unravels, several of the main characters come under suspicion as the culprit and the reader is left second-guessing alongside Frankie before the surprising final twist.
The story unfolds piece by piece with chapters alternating between the past and the present, which adds plenty of dramatic tension.
The way grief and guilt impacts Frankie’s everyday life is conveyed effectively; from her excessive use of alcohol to attempt to blot out her emotions to how this inevitably affects her relationships with her husband and children.
A highly-recommended, page-turning thriller!
Other stops on the blog tour can be found here-