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“The Wife: A Novel of Psychological Suspense” is a thriller, fiction, suspense and romantic novel that describes the love story of a cute couple. Alafair Burke is the author of this best-selling novel. She graduated from Stanford Law School and a former prosecutor. Her novels grow out of her experience as a prosecutor in America police precincts and the criminal courtroom. Alafair Burke tells Angela and Jason Powell met in a dinner party in East Hampton. Angela assumed their romance with Jason. Jason is a brilliant economics professor at NYU, he lives single and he decided to marry Angela. Jason proposed Angela and they married the following summer.
Angela got a new chance to reboot her life. She and her son finally decided to move out of her mother’s home to Manhattan, where no one knew about her past. After some years, Jason college friend makes an accusation against him and Kerry Lynch. Jason life was going very beautiful but after accusation her wife angry with him and wants to know what the reality of this story. Their perfect life begins to create problems. Jason insists to his wife Angela, am so innocent, this man is laying, and Angela believes him. She forced to look Kerry Lynch and her husband. To find out what happens after this then you read this awesome novel. The Wife is the best fiction, thriller novel.
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- Name: The Wife: A Novel of Psychological Suspense
- Author: Alafair Burke
- ISBN: 0062390511
- Language: English
- Genre: Suspense Thrillers, psychological thrillers
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1 MB
- Page: 352
- Price: Free
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