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The Wife and the Widow The Second Standalone Thriller From The Award Winning Author Of THE NOWHERE CHILDSet Against The Backdrop Of An Eerie Island Town In The Dead Of Winter, The Wife And The Widow Is An Unsettling Thriller Told From Two Perspectives Kate, A Widow Whose Grief Is Compounded By What She Learns About Her Dead Husband S Secret Life And Abby, An Island Local Whose World Is Turned Upside When She S Forced To Confront The Evidence Of Her Husband S Guilt But Nothing On This Island Is Quite As It Seems, And Only When These Women Come Together Can They Discover The Whole Story About The Men In Their Lives Brilliant And Beguiling, The Wife And The Widow Takes You To A Cliff Edge And Asks The Question How Well Do We Really Know The People We Love

10 thoughts on “The Wife and the Widow

  1. says:

    Wow Those that have read The Nowhere Child by this author know that Christian White can really write a brilliant story This second novel is as good, if not better in my opinion I could not wait to get my hands on this book and once I started it I really struggled to put it down It is a hard story to talk too much about without giving anything away W

  2. says:

    Last year s The Nowhere Child was one of my favourite reads for the year, and Christian s follow up is another excellent read Hard to say too much without giving things away Alternating chapters of narrative from The Widow and then The Wife, and for a lot of the tale, the reader is in the dark Never boring though, and I didn t want to put the book down

  3. says:

    CHRISTIAN WHITE You ve done it again Ohohohohoh This was a good one.I absolutely loved the storyline Kate, a woman whose husband goes missing and his secret life is revealed Abby, a woman who has to come to terms with the fact that her husband is a murderer Nothing is as it seems I literally sat in my beanbag with my mouth gaping open when I figured out wha

  4. says:

    3.5At times this was a 5 star read, then at other times it seemed a 2 star read when you ve figured out what happens the pace really ramps up, and thankfully the ending made the journey worth it I ve quickly become a big fan of this author.

  5. says:

    Loved the Nowhere Child I found this one a little confusing When I all figured it out it made sense to me but it didn t work as well for me

  6. says:

    This is a page turner I read it in one sitting It grabs you from the outset Kate and her 10 year old daughter Mia are waiting at Melbourne airport for Kate s husband, John, to return from a work trip to the UK But John isn t on the plane, and when Kate rings his work to find out if his travel plans had been changed, she finds out that he hasn t been working there for s

  7. says:

    This is a read in one go thriller involving Kate Keddie grieving the loss of her husband On Belport Island, the site of their holiday home, she attempts to learn about his death Meanwhile, Abby Gilpin, a resident of Belport Island, begins to suspect her husband Ray is keeping some pretty deep, dark secrets from her Their lives intersect in unexpected ways.I can t say a lo

  8. says:

    WOW I thought I had this one all figured out but I was so wrong.I was a little confused at times reading this, but that s by Christian White s design It seems at first like a simple, somewhat straightforward story but about 2 3 of the way in, things definitely took some turns that I was not expecting I m hesitant to write in this review without giving away any major plot poin

  9. says:

    I wanted to like this than I actually liked it Christian White is completely charming I saw him at the Sydney Writers Festival and a few details in this book made me chuckle after hearing his talk with Candice Fox So happy Big Jenny made an appearance Overall, this was too simple and not very clever It was basic to the point of being flat I won t give up on White he s too witty t

  10. says:

    I received an ARC of this book.Yet another great read from Christian White I don t know how he manages to keep me so enthralled with the mystery that I struggle to put the book down.I have to be very careful with this review to not give away some big plot twists because when they happen you need to be able to go What The in the same way I did So unexpectedly brilliant that I did not s

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About the Author: Christian White

Christian White is an Australian author and screenwriter His debut novel, The Nowhere Child, won the Victorian Premier s Literary Award for an Unpublished Manuscript He co created the television series Carnivores, currently in development with Matchbox Pictures and Heyday TV, and co wrote Relic, a psychological horror feature film to be produced by Carver Films The Snowtown Murders, Partisan.B