The Doctor’s Wife by Daniel Hurst

Published: January 31, 2023


Pages: 260

Genre: Psychological Thriller

KKECReads Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I received a copy of this book for free, and I leave my review voluntarily.

Daniel Hurst is the author of several bestselling psychological thrillers, including ‘The Passenger,’ ‘We Used To Live Here,’ and ‘Til Death Do Us Part.’ His books have been the #1 Psychological Thrillers in the UK and Australia and regularly feature in the Amazon Top 100 charts.

He thinks his secret is safe. But she knows the truth…

My husband is a doctor. He’s smart and charming and everybody trusts him. Except me.

On the surface, it looks like I have it all – the perfect marriage, the perfect husband, the perfect life. But it’s far from the truth.

Doctor Drew Devlin is not the respectable figure he makes out to be. The reason we moved to this beautiful, old property with a gorgeous view of the sea was because we needed to put our past behind us. It should’ve been a fresh start for us both.

Except I’ve discovered my husband has been lying to me again. He’s using the power he has in his job to mess with people’s lives, and to get exactly what he wants – no matter who it hurts.

But he’s underestimated me. I’ve had plenty of time, in this big, isolated house, to think about all of his mistakes.

And my husband has no idea what’s about to happen next…

“Here’s to plotting.”

Fern isn’t excited to be moving t a small village. But her husband, Drew, is ecstatic about the opportunity. He sells the idea by saying it will give him a better work/life balance. Which Fern knows is a lie. All Drew does is lie.

OKAY, DANIEL HURST. I devoured this book in a single sitting. I could not put it down. This story grabbed me from page one and held me, hostage.

I loved the way this story was told. The alternating narrators and the way the plot was woven together were fantastic. The build-up was so intense.

The twists in this novel were insane. And just when you think you know what is happening- PLOT TWIST. There were several moments when I dropped my book and just stared at it.

The character development was brilliant, and the way the characters were all curated made things more pulse-pounding.

This is an incredibly fast-paced book. It’s impossible to put down and will leave you speechless. I loved every second. I just became a fan of Daniel Hurst.

Leave a Reply