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His Other Woman - cover

His Other Woman

Sarah Edghill

Publisher: Bloodhound Books

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Her husband is with another woman—but it’s not who she thinks it is, and the results may be more devastating than an affair . . . Lucy’s husband has been missing for days while she tries to pretend to those around her, including her distracted teenagers, that everything is normal. In desperation she uses a phone app to track him—and discovers he’s with another woman. As her life falls apart, Lucy realises nothing is as it seems. There is another woman in her husband’s life, but it’s someone she has known—and hated—for twenty years. As the story unfolds, including in the national press, the family must pull together before lives are destroyed . . . “Sarah Edghill knows how to pinpoint what goes on in families.” —Rachel Joyce, author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry on A Thousand Tiny Disappointments
Available since: 05/20/2022.
Print length: 304 pages.

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