The deadliest secrets lie closest to home…
Mackenzie, Robin and Lily have been best friends since college. Twenty years on, they all live in the same neighbourhood with their perfect families, perfect houses, perfect lives…
It would seem that nothing could come between these three women.
Except for a betrayal.
Nothing could turn them against each other.
Except for a terrible past mistake.
Nothing could tear them apart.
Except for murder….
One dead husband. Three best friends who tell each other everything – apart from the truth…
Packed with secrets, scandal and suspense, One Perfect Morning is about to become your new obsession. The perfect read for anyone who loved Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty and Lies Lies Lies by Adele Parks.
Exciting & Unpredictable!
Oh I liked this one! Exciting, unpredictable and so very good.
Robin, Lily and MacKenzie have been friends since college; now beginning their fourth decade and still close. Husbands, kids and relationships all fit around their friendships. They think they know everything about each other or do they? Can their friendship survive secrets?
I’m particularly fond of novels with three women as the main characters, and this is right up there with the best of them. These three each live their own lives but are joined by the invisible thread of long time friendships; they know things about each other that bind them firmly together. As we get to know them and their families, we find out what makes each of them tick and the secrets are slowly revealed – and just when you think you know everything, you find out that you don’t really know much at all! I became involved in all three women’s lives very quickly; I sympathised and empathised with each of them in different ways, but I didn’t know the half of it! A stunning read, packed with suspense, well-written and divested of all it’s revelations by the final page, this is one I’m very happy to recommend to those who don’t like to see what’s coming next. Five stars, and worth every single one.
My thanks to the publisher for my copy via NetGalley; this is – as always – my honest, original and unbiased review.
Tags: suspense thriller
- Format: ebook, paperback, audiobook
- Size: 378 pages
- Publisher: Avon
- Publication Date: 20 August 2020
- Links: Goodreads
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- W. H. Smith
PAMELA CRANE is a professional juggler. Not one who can toss flaming torches in the air (though how cool would that be?), but a juggler of four kids, a writing addiction, a horse rescuer, and a book editor by trade. She lives on the edge (ask her Arabian horse about that—he’ll tell you all about their wild adventures while trying to train him) and she writes on the edge…where her sanity resides. Her USA Today best-selling Mental Mommy books unravel flawed women—some she knows, some she creates—and they aren’t always pretty. In fact, her characters are rarely pretty, which makes them interesting…and perfect for doing crazy things worth writing about. When she’s not cleaning horse stalls or changing diapers, she’s psychoanalyzing others.