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The Other Mrs. Sadie And Will Foust Have Only Just Moved Their Family From Bustling Chicago To Small Town Maine When Their Neighbor, Morgan Baines, Is Found Dead In Her Home The Murder Rocks Their Tiny Coastal Island, But No One Is Shaken Than Sadie, Who Is Terrified By The Thought Of A Killer In Her Very Own BackyardBut It S Not Just Morgan S Death That Has Sadie On Edge It S Their Eerie Old Home, With Its Decrepit Decor And Creepy Attic, Which They Inherited From Will S Sister After She Died Unexpectedly It S Will S Disturbed Teenage Niece Imogen, With Her Dark And Threatening Presence And It S The Troubling Past That Continues To Wear At The Seams Of Their FamilyAs The Eyes Of Suspicion Turn Toward The New Family In Town, Sadie Is Drawn Deeper Into The Mystery Of Morgan S Death But Sadie Must Be Careful, For The She Discovers About Mrs Baines, The She Begins To Realize Just How Much She Has To Lose If The Truth Ever Comes To Light



10 thoughts on “The Other Mrs.

  1. says:

    Four I m so freaking dizzy after so many twists, I felt like the earth moved under me and the rug pulled out from my feet over and over again, get your tickets for crazy train ride, because Mary Kubica wrote another surprising, fast pacing, heart throbbing thriller stars So our facts WE HAVE A ONE WEIRD FAMILY ON THE TOWN A dysfunctional family consisted of two little boys Tate, this family s the most regular kid and Otto who brought his school a knife t


  2. says:

    I just didn t buy it The Other Mrs is a psychological thriller about a wife and husband, the other woman, and murder in a small town Sadie and Will move from Chicago to a small town in Maine looking for a fresh start Having inherited an old house and a creepy niece to care for, they have challenges ahead of them When one of their neighbors is murdered, it hits too close to home, causing Sadie to lose herself in the drama surrounding the victim But all is not


  3. says:

    Murder on a small coastal island town Many twists, turns, alternating POVs spread out over a generous timeline I felt this one dragged some in the middle but when it went It zoomed Thank you to Mary Kubica, HARLEQUIN Trade Publishing U.S Canada Park Row and NetGalley for giving me this book in exchange for an honest review Murder on a small coastal island town Many twists, turns, alternating POVs spread out over a generous timeline I felt this one dragged some i


  4. says:

    NOW AVAILABLE 4 stars rounded down to 4 because of some believability issues, but it s great entertainment.This was a fast paced, quick read that had a deeper plot than I thought when I began the book I have read Ms.Kubica before and I knew I was in for a good ride From the blurb for the book you will know this Sadie and Will Foust have only just moved their family from bustling Chicago to small town Maine when their neighbor, Morgan Baines, is found dead in her hom


  5. says:

    4.5 How have I not read this author before It s safe to say Sadie and Will have had their fair share of problems in Chicago Time for a change in scenery, and a move to Maine might just be what they re looking for to put their family back together Only the murder of a neighbor unexpectedly shines the spotlight directly on Sadie and her family Not on the dead woman s husband Come onisn t it always the husband Sadie was certainly not a likable character She did so many thi


  6. says:

    Mary Kubica s latest psychological thriller is beautifully written, a dark, tense and unsettling novel of murder and madness Sadie, a doctor and her professor husband, Will, move from Chicago to a small coastal town in Maine with their two children, looking for a new start after marital problems Will has inherited an old, dilapidated and creepy house from his sister, who committed suicide in the house They are now guardians to his niece, Imogen, an unsurprisingly angry and


  7. says:

    3.5 StarsI love a setting with a creepy house.Sadie and Will have just moved their family into a house they inherited on a small island in Maine.It smells musty, its dark and dreary with paneling and heavy drapery That is not all though The house has a disturbing history and it threatens to unravel the new occupants.Things aren t going well in the new neighborhood Seems that murder is in the air.I was engrossed in the first third of the novel with the suspense and intriguing ch


  8. says:

    Mary Kubica has done it again She s written a compelling mystery with a failure of an ending What is happening This is the fifth Kubica book I ve read and I have to say they are becoming less and less enjoyable Unlike her previous endeavors, I couldn t get into the storyline, the main character was annoying and, unlike her previous books, this one was full of overly descriptive text Will I still read her next book Yep 2.5 Stars Thank you to the publisher for my ARC in exchange for


  9. says:

    It was fun reading The Other Mrs and trying to figure out just what was going on and who was doing what We have three main narrators for the story with another narrator joining the others, towards the end of the book Sadie, Camille, and Mouse tell their stories, with little Mouse grabbing my heart Sadie is a doctor who, with her husband and two sons, moves into her late sister in laws house Sadie and her husband, Will, also become the custodians of Will s sixteen year old niece, Imogen


  10. says:

    An old house on an island off Maine The creepy old home is now Sadie, Will, Otto and Tate s new home Will s sister has died unexpectedly, and they move to the home to take care of their niece, Imogen But this move is not the fresh start they are looking for Soon their neighbor, Morgan is murdered, and the new family draws suspicion Plus, Imogen is not very happy to have them there and is moody and withdrawn Sadie worries about her older son, Otto having issues at school and still feels dis


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About the Author: Mary Kubica

Mary Kubica is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of many novels She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, in History and American Literature Mary lives outside of Chicago with her husband and two children.