AS SICK AS OUR SECRETS

AS SICK AS OUR SECRETS: by A.B. WHELAN

What would you do if you found out your husband was a serial killer?

Olivia Campbell has the life most women want. A respected husband, beautiful home, and the freedom that only financial security can provide.
But not all is as it appears…
Olivia has secrets, and after discovering a hidden journal in her husband’s study, she realizes that she’s not the only one.

As her picture perfect world starts to fall apart around her, Olivia wonders just how deep the secrets run as she finds herself immersed in the investigation of a young missing girl. 
Some coincidences are just too hard to ignore, but how far is she willing to go to discover the truth?

As Sick as Our Secrets is a dark, fast-paced thriller with strong characters. If you are a fan of Gillian Flynn, Paula Hawkins, Liane Moriarty, and Caroline Kepnes, and enjoy TV shows and movies like Twin Peaks, The Killing, Law & Order: SVU, and 8MM, then this book might be your next favorite read. 

MY THOUGHTS

I enjoyed this book enough to maybe read more by the Author, however I wish it had went through one more round of editing. At one point, I don’t even know who was who as a wrong name was used. 

Also, the Author needed to be a little more descriptive, as I couldn’t picture the scene and sometimes lost track of where a character was exactly in the scene. 

I would not call this a psychological thriller, but it was thrilling in general for the most part.

After you read this book, please get back with me so we can discuss. I believe there is one glaring error in the story, but it might just be me. I may have read too fast and missed it, but I really don’t see how.

Also, the introduction of a new character in the last chapters didn’t work.

The main character and her friends playing detective bordered on juvenile and silly.

The reviews on this book vary between loved it/hated it.

I’m in the middle.

If you are looking for something to read on a cold Winter’s day, I would recommend this book.

Think of it as a beach read type book, but in the Winter, and the sand is snow and everything is cold!

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