When Manhattanite Sarah Rock meets a mysterious and handsome stranger in the park, she is drawn to him. Sarah wants to get away from her daily routine, her cheating husband and his crazy mistress, her frequent sessions with her heartless therapist, and her moody children.
But nothing is as it seems. Her life begins to unravel when a woman from the park goes missing and Sarah becomes the prime suspect in the woman’s disappearance. Her lover is nowhere to be found, her husband is suspicious of her, and her therapist is talking to the police.
With no one to trust, Sarah must face her inner demons and uncover the truth to prove her innocence.
A thriller that questions what is real-with its shocking twists, secrets, and lies―The Woman in the Park will leave readers breathless.
The premise of this book is great: a woman who believes her husband is having an affair meets a man in the park. She feels happiness once again until a woman goes missing from the same park she frequents, and the police come knocking and her therapist appears to doubt her.
This was a pleasure from beginning to end. This psychological thriller is a fast page turner that keeps the tension high and had me trying to figure out what was going on. I love putting on my Sherlock Holmes hat and trying to figure out twists and turns. What is real and what is imagined?
This book was hard to put down or stop listening to and really packs a lot into its pages without being over the top. The pace is spot on and at times the tension leaps off the page. I loved the originality of the story and way the authors told the story. This writing duo had me trying to determine what was real and what wasn’t. Who can be trusted? Look at the clues, and delve into this book of engaging suspense, drama and dark questions.
A delightfully complex mystery with a compelling protagonist.