The Serial Killer’s Wife: The addictive bestselling crime thriller sensation - so shocking it should come with a warning! Soon to be a major TV series for Paramount+
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And the unknown narrator who is forced to have BDSM kind of sexual relationship with a man: we’re not sure it’s Tom! And the woman can be anybody! Is she still alive to give us her identity? With a remarkable career, he’s shared the screen with stars like Olivia Colman in The Lost Daughter and played memorable roles, from George Warleggan in Poldark to portraying John Lennon in the ITV miniseries Cilla.
The Serial Killer’s Wife: The addictive bestselling crime The Serial Killer’s Wife: The addictive bestselling crime
The Serial Killer’s Wife is coming soon to Paramount Plus UK. It has been on many streamer’s watchlists, and it’s due to its starry cast. In this post, we’ll be sharing the hot insights on The Serial Killers Wife cast. A book that jumps from character to charterer, and present and past. This book captives what it is like to live inside a criminal mind. Hearing their thoughts, and their next calculating move. How they can twist words, and actions to suit them. Preying on the weak and innocent. Alice Hunter really brings her expertise of her knowledge of psychology and the mind of a criminal into this book. I also liked the writing style. It was really tense and had me on the edge of my seat. I never once got confused with the different perspectives.If you are looking for a thriller that isn't too taxing on your brain (a light predictable beach-read kind of thriller), then this is the book for you. I requested The Serial Killer’s Wife because I really enjoyed Stillhouse Lake, and this sounded similar, but this book was nowhere near as good as that one! The writing was average, but oh so repetitive; if I hear yummy mummies or Polly poppet one more time, I'm gonna scream.
The Serial Killers Wife Cast, Plot, Release Date: - VPNRanks The Serial Killers Wife Cast, Plot, Release Date: - VPNRanks
Beth is a devoted mother to Poppy and wife to Tom. A few years ago they moved to a tiny village near Banbury where Beth opened up her dream shop, a pottery cafe named Poppy’s Pottery Place, slowing she is establishing herself within the village community. Tom works in banking and commutes everyday to London and their lives are hectic but on first impressions seemingly perfect. Alice Hunter did a phenomenal job. I could not put this book down. I had to know what happened! The story alternated POVs which I’m a big fan of. There were clues throughout the story that you kind of catch but when it all ties together in the end it’s just ✨perfection✨The Serial Killer’s Wife by Alice Hunter has an interesting plot. The characters are well developed but not sure I connected with them, and maybe that was point. The story did drag on in places, some of the repetitive details could have been edited out as it was also a bit long. I try to just enjoy books with twists without trying to hard to figure them out and this one was no different. The twists were fun, but the ending was a bit too open ended for me. I was excited for this book, because the blurs sounded super exciting. Unfortunately, imo, this book missed the mark. It might be because I'm a thriller roll rn which makes me more sensitive about books shortcommings.
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As soon as I saw this novel on NetGalley, I knew I wanted to read it. From the cover to its name, it called to me.
Sometimes I can't think of a lot to say about a book other than I really enjoyed it. 🤷🏻♀️ It was well written. Well paced. Had plenty of twists and turns. None of the characters were particularly likable, but that worked in the story's context. And that ending! Did not see that coming, so kudos to the author for catching me off guard. 🙌🏻 The story is told from Beth's Tom's and Katie's point of view so it is interesting to see what really goes in their head. Though the book is fast paced, chilling and as a reader you question if Tom is really innocent or not, this book did not have much twists and turns but nonetheless the reader (that's me) became engrossed into the story--the writer did a good job drawing the reader to the story! The emotions and feelings that Beth faced when her husband was arrested for the murder seemed realistic but at the same time you question if those feelings Beth had towards Tom was realistic or if she was hiding something. The ending of the story was a bit unexpected. Everything is explained in the end and the revelations are worth the wait. Ms. Hunter has written a brilliant mystery/thriller. I have been recommending this book to all my bookish friends. I will be looking forward to more from Ms. Hunter.