Can’t Wait Wednesday
This meme is hosted at Wishful Endings to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally, they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by the fabulous Jill at Breaking the Spine. If you’re continuing with WOW, feel free to link those up too! Find out more here. Today, I’m featuring Who To Believe by Edwin Hill.
In this twisting domestic suspense thriller from the acclaimed author of The Secrets We Share, the aftermath of a murder in a quiet New England coastal town reveals a web of dark secrets . . .
Monreith, Massachusetts, was once a small community of whalers and farmers. These days, it’s a well-to-do town filled with commuters drawn to its rugged coastline and country roads. A peaceful, predictable place—until popular restaurateur Laurel Thibodeau is found brutally murdered in her own home. Suspicion naturally falls on Laurel’s husband, Simon, who had gambling debts that only her life insurance policy could fix. But there are other rumors too . . .
Among the group of six friends gathered for Alice Stone’s fortieth birthday, theories abound concerning Laurel’s death. Max Barbosa, police chief, has heard plenty of them, as has his longtime friend, Unitarian minister Georgia Fitzhugh. Local psychiatrist Farley Drake is privy to even more, gleaning snippets of gossip and information from his patients while closely guarding his own past.
But maybe everyone in Monreith has something to hide. Because before this late-summer evening has come to a close, one of these six will be dead. And as jealousy, revenge, adultery, and greed converge, the question becomes not who among these friends might be capable of such a thing, but—who isn’t?
Thank You To Kensington for an advance copy of Who To Believe By Edwin Hill, which will release on January 23, 2024.
Category/Genre: Adult Fiction/Suspense/Psychological Thriller
Release Date: January 23, 2024
What books are you looking forward to? How does Who To Believe By Edwin Hill sound to you?