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The new husband / D. J. Palmer.

The new husband / D. J. Palmer.
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Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
F PALM
Adult Fiction Quick Browse   Double Bay . *, Quick Browse . 29 Dec 2021
F PALM
Adult Fiction   Paddington . Available .  
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ISBN 9781250107497 (hardback)
Author Palmer, Daniel, 1962- author.
Title The new husband / D. J. Palmer.
Edition First edition.
Publisher/Date New York : St. Martin's Press, 2020.
©2020
Pagination etc. 376 pages ; 25 cm
Summary Note A riveting new thriller about the lies we tell ourselves from the author of Saving Meghan. Just because you love someone doesn't mean you know them. Nina Garrity learned that the hard way after discovering that her missing husband, Glen, had been leading a double life with another woman. But Glen's gone-presumably drowned while fishing on his boat-so she can't confront him about the affair or any of his other misdeeds. A year and a half after the accident, Nina considers herself a widow, even though the police never found a body. Following a chance encounter with Simon Fitch, a teacher from her daughter Maggie's middle school, Nina finds love again and has hopes of putting her shattered life back together. Simon, a widower still grieving the suicide of his first wife, has found his dream girl in Nina. His charm and affections help break through to a heart hardened by betrayal. Nina's teenage son, Connor, embraces Simon as the father he wishes his dad could have been, but Maggie sees a far darker side to this new man in their lives. Even Nina's good friends wonder if Simon is supremely devoted-or dangerously possessive. But Nina is committed, not only to her soon-to-be new husband but also to resuming her former career as a social worker. Before she can move forward, however, Nina must first clear her conscience that she's not making another terrible choice in a man. In doing so, she will uncover the shocking truth: the greatest danger to her, and her children, are the lies people tell themselves.
Subject Man-woman relationships -- Fiction
Truthfulness and falsehood -- Fiction
Husbands -- Fiction
Psychological fiction.
Thrillers (Fiction)
Shelf Location F PALM
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