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THE OPTICIAN’S WIFE BETSY REAVLEY

November 1, 2016

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THE OPTICIAN’S WIFE BESTY REAVLEY

Marriage can be murder

A psychological thriller that pulls you along and hits you hard and fast. It is a captivating crime novel with the emotional heft of the best kind of horror story.

Can you ever really know someone?
When Deborah, an unpopular seventeen-year-old, meets the charming and handsome Larry, he sweeps her off her feet. The trouble is Larry has a secret.
Then a series of grisly murders cast a shadow over everything.As Deborah’s world starts to fall apart she begins to suspect the man she loves of a terrible betrayal. And to keep their marriage alive, sacrifices must be made.
The Optician’s Wife is a compelling, psychological thriller that unpicks what goes on behind closed doors and reminds us that sometimes the worst crimes take place  closer to home than you think.
MY REVIEW
I seem to love Bloodhound books. The Optician’s Wife is A fully twisted psychological thriller that grabs you from the very first page right up to last page. Buy it for a present for someone and they won’t be disappointed.

Young seventeen-year-old plain-looking Deborah working in Woolworth meets good-looking Larry, who works as an Optician and he gives her the nicest compliments. But she doesn’t understand what the charming Larry sees in her. Deborah becomes married to the changed controlling, Larry. Horror strikes in their town when young women are being murdered with their eyes cut out. I highly recommend this book to crime fan. Please don’t let this book pass you by! 

Published by Bloodhound books

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