My Darling by Amanda Robson
‘Thrilling, unputdownable – I was obsessed’ BA Paris
The brand-new domestic thriller from the #1 bestselling author of Obsession
A new couple moves in next door. And nothing will ever be the same again…
I watched you move in and thought we might be friends.
I saw you watching from the window – and knew I’d have to keep you away from my husband.
I started to trust you. Confide in you.
I started to mistrust you. Suspect you.
I was confused when I blacked out after an evening at your place. Was I really that drunk?
I came up with a plan. A plan to make you both pay . . .
Sexy and sinister – this book will keep you up all night . . .
Praise for Amanda Robson:
‘Fast-moving, compulsive reading’ Jane Corry
‘An addictive, compelling read, full of tension’ Karen Hamilton
‘Claustrophobic, tightly-plotted, heart-stopping’ Emma Curtis
About Amanda Robson:
After graduating, Amanda Robson worked in medical research at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and at the Poisons Unit at Guy's Hospital where she became a co-author of a book on cyanide poisoning - a subject which has set her in good stead for writing her dark and twisting novel about love affairs gone wrong. Amanda attended the Faber novel writing course and writes full-time. Obsession is her debut novel. www.amandarobson.co.uk
I was privileged to receive an advance review copy of 'My Darling' by Amanda Robson in exchange for an honest review. I have been a fan of Amanda Robson since her debut book, and she just gets better and better. 'My Darling' is one mighty powerful story where murder happens when you least expect it. The murder plot is so clever and forensically watertight, that have even Colombo would be more likely to iron his raincoat, that solve it. Jade and Tomas move in next door to Emma, who lives alone but is in a relationship with Alastair. It soon becomes apparent that Jade is pathologically jealous of her husband Tomas and any woman he comes into contact with. This is the start of a serious mudslide into the life of poor Emma.