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Today I am sharing my review on its publication day for The Three Mrs. Wrights by Linda Keir, published by Lake Union Publishing.

Book Details

The Three Mrs. Wrights by Linda Keir
Release Date: 29th of September 2020
Format: Kindle
Print Length: 379 pages
Genre: Domestic Suspense
Publisher: Lake Union Publishing
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Book Blurb

Mr. Wright has everything. All that’s left to give him is what he deserves.

Lark has good things coming: a career as a board-game designer and a whirlwind romance with a handsome investor. Trip is so compassionate and supportive, he’s almost too good to be true.

Jessica has always been cautious, but she can’t resist Jonathan. The brilliant TED-talking visionary has big plans for his inspiring medical start-up. Now Jessica is invited to be part of the team—and to partner with the founder outside the office.

Holly has settled into a comfortable life with Jack, her husband of nearly twenty years. They’ve raised three children, they own a beautiful home, and they’ve founded a worthy charity. She’s proud of building a marriage that has endured—she just doesn’t want to look too closely at the cracks.

Lark, Jessica, and Holly are three strangers with so much in common it hurts. Their one and only is one and the same.

The charming Mr. Wright’s serial lies are about to catch up with him…

Wow this is one twisted read, but one that is oh so entertaining. Linda Keir knows how to get the reader sucked in and turning those pages that’s for sure. The Three Mrs. Wright is such an addictive read and is one that will have you turning the pages well into the night.

The premise immediately drew me in and was actually quite timely with me reading it having become fascinated by the TV show Sister Wives, which documents the life of a polygamist family. It is quite surreal that this is a real thing, but the difference in The Three Mrs. Wrights is that the women don’t know about each other.

The story is told from the points of view of Holly, Jessica and Lark as they tell of their experiences with who they know as Jack, Jonathan and Trip. Each have been very well written and developed and I just felt for each of them and their situations, especially Jessica and Lark as they fall head of heels for the charismatic and charming Mr Wright. 

Mr Wright, is just so Mr Wrong! Oh how this man made me angry. Such a despicable character, but in saying that, has been perfectly written in the role as a villain. I must say though, that he was pretty good at keeping things straight, but his downfall was definitely underestimating how smart the three women actually were. Girl power at is finest!

This is the first book I have read from Linda Keir and it wasn’t until I was writing this review that I found out that this is a pen name for writing duo Linda Joffe Hull and Keir Graff. I was really surprised by this and was impressed with how in sync they are with each other, making it feel like it has just been written by one. I look forward to reading more of their work.

The Three Mrs. Wrights is gripping, intense, deceitful and very wicked. The short chapters make for a quick and smooth read and the final showdown is a fist pumping affair that could not have been done more perfectly. Take that Mr Wright!! It was a pleasure to read and review The Three Mrs. Wrights which I recommend.

Thank you to Linda Keir, Lake Union Publishing and NetGalley for allowing me to read an advanced copy of The Three Mrs. Wrights which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.

This review will be added to, Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Amazon Australia & Amazon US. I will also add to NetGalley, Apple Books, Kobo, Google Play, Barnes & Noble & Waterstones if available. As I am from Australia, I am unable to add to Amazon UK.

Lets Get to Know Linda Keir

Linda Joffe Hull

Why Linda Joffe Hull’s father thought it well advised to read Kafka in general, and THE METAMORPHOSIS in particular, to his then eight-year-old daughter is a question better left for the therapist’s couch. However, as a result, Linda was bitten by the literary bug.

Always an avid reader, she ignored the corresponding compulsion to write, receiving a B.A. in Economics from UCLA, embarking on a career in sales, and diving headlong into the all-encompassing job of motherhood. 

Why Linda Joffe Hull’s father thought it well advised to read Kafka in general, and THE METAMORPHOSIS in particular, to his then eight-year-old daughter is a question better left for the therapist’s couch. However, as a result, Linda was bitten by the literary bug.

Always an avid reader, she ignored the corresponding compulsion to write, receiving a B.A. in Economics from UCLA, embarking on a career in sales, and diving headlong into the all-encompassing job of motherhood. 

Thanks to the encouragement of her family and the support of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, she finally gave in to the unavoidable urge and sat down in front of the computer. Linda is a native of Saint Louis, Missouri, but currently resides in Denver, Colorado. She is a longtime member and former president of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and a past board member of Mystery Writers of America. She was also honored to be named the 2013 Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers’ Writer of the Year.

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Keir Graff

Keir Graff has published nine novels under three different names. His most recent works include Drowning with Others and The Swing of Things, both of which were coauthored with Linda Joffe Hull as Linda Keir. A Montana native, he is the editor of the anthologies A Million Acres and, with James Grady, Montana Noir. Graff lives in Chicago, where he is the cohost of the popular Publishing Cocktails events. Find him online at www.keirgraff.com@Editor_Keir, and @KeirGraff.

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4 Comments

  1. Going to get this one as it sounds brilliant, great review x

  2. I hope you enjoy it. X

  3. Wow I have to get this. Have I been under a rock to miss this?

  4. You will love it.

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