I consider myself an avid reader. Mostly Mystery and Thrillers with some Stephen King or Joe Hill thrown in for fun. I have read some really good Thrillers. Some that still haunt me. The Good Mother by Karen Osman will be on the list of books that haunt me.
About the author
Originally from the UK, Karen won the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature Montegrappa Novel Writing Award 2016 with her crime-thriller novel and now has a three-book deal with Head of Zeus. When she’s not writing novels, Karen is busy bringing up her two young children and running her communication business Travel Ink.
About the book
How far would you go to protect your children?
A gripping psychological suspense, with a shocking twist that will leave you reeling…
Catherine is a good mother and a good wife. The family home is immaculate, her husband’s supper is cooked on time, but when she starts writing to Michael, a prisoner convicted of murder, she finds herself obsessing about his crime and whether he can ever truly be forgiven…
Kate has no time for herself. Caught in the maelstrom of bringing up two young children with no money, and an out of work husband, she longs to escape the drudgery of being a wife and a mother. And she soon starts taking dangerous risks to feel alive…
Alison has flown the nest. But university life is not what she had hoped for, and she finds herself alone and unhappy. Until the day her professor takes a sudden interest in her. Then everything changes…
Three women – all with secrets. And as the days tick down to Michael’s release, those secrets can no longer be ignored.
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The characters in this book pull you in from the start. You feel for Catherine, the mom who fills her time keeping a nice home for her husband and older daughter and volunteering in her spare time. You sympathize with Kate who is a young married mother of two young kids with a husband who is unemployed. You want to take Allison under your wing to help guide the young college student through her ups and downs. And Michael, the inmate that Catherine befriends as a good volunteer to help ease him back into the real world if he is paroled.
The twists and turns of this book will keep you intrigued right until the last page.
So make a pot of coffee and get read for a thrill ride!!