The Other Wife

The Other Wife

A secret wife. A secret life. A killer who knows. Childhood sweethearts William and Mary have been married for sixty years. William is a celebrated surgeon, Mary a devoted wife. Both have a strong sense of right and wrong. This is what their son, Joe O'Loughlin, has always believed. But when Joe is summoned to the hospital with news that his father has been brutally attacked A secret wife. A secret life. A killer who knows. Childhood sweethearts William and Mary have been married for s...

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Title:The Other Wife
Author:Michael Robotham
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:The Other Wife
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:384 pages pages

The Other Wife Reviews

  • LJ
    Sep 30, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

  • Jennifer (JC-S)
    Jul 16, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

    This novel is gripping from the start! The more Joe investigates the further the fall from grace for his seemingly perfect parents, the twists are unpredictable and saw me reading long into the night. I also loved that the book wasn't entirely focused on the investigation you got to ex...

    An absolute cracker. Another great Joseph O?loughlin book. This is probably the best review that you have read today. #nospoilers ...

    This is #9 in a series, and I read it as a stand-alone. Although that might be a reason that it did not resonate with me, I think it was more in the plotting. It started off very well. The narrator, Joseph O'Loughlin, a clinical psychologist with Parkinson's disease, is an interesting ...

    There's no denying that I love Joe so there's no doubt I read this as soon as I could. In this book we get to learn more about his family; his mom, dad and sisters. We learn a bit of the family history and when Joe gets a call from the hospital saying his dad was admitted, he learns th...

    ?Love and hate are not absolutes or opposite sides of the same coin. Hate is an evil passion and love is an inspired one but they share the same brain circuitry and lead to similar acts of desperation?. That is a quote from the book, quite a good one I thought. Probably the only...

    It was good. But not amazing.. I liked the plot development and most of the characters but somehow the short chapters and Joe's search for the truth just didn't seem very realistic.. it was just too far fetched at times . There were parts in it ( housekeepers over enthusiastic advances...

    This was an audiobook. It was so riveting I didn?t want to stop driving or get out of the car when I did. I really enjoyed the journey of the main character. The path he took was never straight, sharp turns everywhere. The author wrote such an emotionally evoking book. I found the ...

    It's no secret, Michael Robotham is one of my favorite authors. His O'Loughlin and Ruiz stories are simply amazing. The superb storylines that these two finely developed characters are plotted into make for very entertaining hours of reading and escape! The latest O'Loughlin book (#9 i...

    ?Understanding human behaviour doesn?t make life any easier.? Joe O?Loughlin receives a call, advising that his father is in hospital in a coma. His wife is by his side. Joe rushes to the hospital to find a strange woman by his father?s side. Who is she? Joe?s parents Wi...

  • Andrea
    Jul 05, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

    This novel is gripping from the start! The more Joe investigates the further the fall from grace for his seemingly perfect parents, the twists are unpredictable and saw me reading long into the night. I also loved that the book wasn't entirely focused on the investigation you got to ex...

    An absolute cracker. Another great Joseph O?loughlin book. This is probably the best review that you have read today. #nospoilers ...

    This is #9 in a series, and I read it as a stand-alone. Although that might be a reason that it did not resonate with me, I think it was more in the plotting. It started off very well. The narrator, Joseph O'Loughlin, a clinical psychologist with Parkinson's disease, is an interesting ...

    There's no denying that I love Joe so there's no doubt I read this as soon as I could. In this book we get to learn more about his family; his mom, dad and sisters. We learn a bit of the family history and when Joe gets a call from the hospital saying his dad was admitted, he learns th...

    ?Love and hate are not absolutes or opposite sides of the same coin. Hate is an evil passion and love is an inspired one but they share the same brain circuitry and lead to similar acts of desperation?. That is a quote from the book, quite a good one I thought. Probably the only...

    It was good. But not amazing.. I liked the plot development and most of the characters but somehow the short chapters and Joe's search for the truth just didn't seem very realistic.. it was just too far fetched at times . There were parts in it ( housekeepers over enthusiastic advances...

    This was an audiobook. It was so riveting I didn?t want to stop driving or get out of the car when I did. I really enjoyed the journey of the main character. The path he took was never straight, sharp turns everywhere. The author wrote such an emotionally evoking book. I found the ...

    It's no secret, Michael Robotham is one of my favorite authors. His O'Loughlin and Ruiz stories are simply amazing. The superb storylines that these two finely developed characters are plotted into make for very entertaining hours of reading and escape! The latest O'Loughlin book (#9 i...

    ?Understanding human behaviour doesn?t make life any easier.? Joe O?Loughlin receives a call, advising that his father is in hospital in a coma. His wife is by his side. Joe rushes to the hospital to find a strange woman by his father?s side. Who is she? Joe?s parents Wi...

    You do meet the most interesting people in hospitals. THE OTHER WIFE is the latest bittersweet entry in an excellent series that progressively takes a little bit more of your heart with each encounter. And these are crime novels, so that is truly a testament to the author?s maste...

  • Luanne Ollivier
    Oct 04, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

  • Sharon
    Jul 06, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

    This novel is gripping from the start! The more Joe investigates the further the fall from grace for his seemingly perfect parents, the twists are unpredictable and saw me reading long into the night. I also loved that the book wasn't entirely focused on the investigation you got to ex...

    An absolute cracker. Another great Joseph O?loughlin book. This is probably the best review that you have read today. #nospoilers ...

    This is #9 in a series, and I read it as a stand-alone. Although that might be a reason that it did not resonate with me, I think it was more in the plotting. It started off very well. The narrator, Joseph O'Loughlin, a clinical psychologist with Parkinson's disease, is an interesting ...

    There's no denying that I love Joe so there's no doubt I read this as soon as I could. In this book we get to learn more about his family; his mom, dad and sisters. We learn a bit of the family history and when Joe gets a call from the hospital saying his dad was admitted, he learns th...

  • Brenda
    Jul 01, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

  • Alecia
    Jul 07, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

    This novel is gripping from the start! The more Joe investigates the further the fall from grace for his seemingly perfect parents, the twists are unpredictable and saw me reading long into the night. I also loved that the book wasn't entirely focused on the investigation you got to ex...

    An absolute cracker. Another great Joseph O?loughlin book. This is probably the best review that you have read today. #nospoilers ...

    This is #9 in a series, and I read it as a stand-alone. Although that might be a reason that it did not resonate with me, I think it was more in the plotting. It started off very well. The narrator, Joseph O'Loughlin, a clinical psychologist with Parkinson's disease, is an interesting ...

  • John Purcell
    Jun 09, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

  • Gatorman
    Sep 20, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

  • Birgit
    Jul 26, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

    This novel is gripping from the start! The more Joe investigates the further the fall from grace for his seemingly perfect parents, the twists are unpredictable and saw me reading long into the night. I also loved that the book wasn't entirely focused on the investigation you got to ex...

    An absolute cracker. Another great Joseph O?loughlin book. This is probably the best review that you have read today. #nospoilers ...

    This is #9 in a series, and I read it as a stand-alone. Although that might be a reason that it did not resonate with me, I think it was more in the plotting. It started off very well. The narrator, Joseph O'Loughlin, a clinical psychologist with Parkinson's disease, is an interesting ...

    There's no denying that I love Joe so there's no doubt I read this as soon as I could. In this book we get to learn more about his family; his mom, dad and sisters. We learn a bit of the family history and when Joe gets a call from the hospital saying his dad was admitted, he learns th...

    ?Love and hate are not absolutes or opposite sides of the same coin. Hate is an evil passion and love is an inspired one but they share the same brain circuitry and lead to similar acts of desperation?. That is a quote from the book, quite a good one I thought. Probably the only...

  • Brenda
    Jul 08, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

  • Phrynne
    Sep 04, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

  • Heidi
    Sep 30, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

  • Judy Collins
    Jul 04, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

  • Carol -  Reading Writing and Riesling
    Jun 16, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

  • Donna
    Oct 01, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

  • Shirley Revill
    Aug 13, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

  • Liz Barnsley
    May 15, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

  • David Staniforth
    Aug 02, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

  • Kathy Talbot
    Aug 03, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

    This novel is gripping from the start! The more Joe investigates the further the fall from grace for his seemingly perfect parents, the twists are unpredictable and saw me reading long into the night. I also loved that the book wasn't entirely focused on the investigation you got to ex...

    An absolute cracker. Another great Joseph O?loughlin book. This is probably the best review that you have read today. #nospoilers ...

    This is #9 in a series, and I read it as a stand-alone. Although that might be a reason that it did not resonate with me, I think it was more in the plotting. It started off very well. The narrator, Joseph O'Loughlin, a clinical psychologist with Parkinson's disease, is an interesting ...

    There's no denying that I love Joe so there's no doubt I read this as soon as I could. In this book we get to learn more about his family; his mom, dad and sisters. We learn a bit of the family history and when Joe gets a call from the hospital saying his dad was admitted, he learns th...

    ?Love and hate are not absolutes or opposite sides of the same coin. Hate is an evil passion and love is an inspired one but they share the same brain circuitry and lead to similar acts of desperation?. That is a quote from the book, quite a good one I thought. Probably the only...

    It was good. But not amazing.. I liked the plot development and most of the characters but somehow the short chapters and Joe's search for the truth just didn't seem very realistic.. it was just too far fetched at times . There were parts in it ( housekeepers over enthusiastic advances...

    This was an audiobook. It was so riveting I didn?t want to stop driving or get out of the car when I did. I really enjoyed the journey of the main character. The path he took was never straight, sharp turns everywhere. The author wrote such an emotionally evoking book. I found the ...

  • Carolyn
    Jul 07, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

  • Maxine
    Jul 23, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

    This novel is gripping from the start! The more Joe investigates the further the fall from grace for his seemingly perfect parents, the twists are unpredictable and saw me reading long into the night. I also loved that the book wasn't entirely focused on the investigation you got to ex...

    An absolute cracker. Another great Joseph O?loughlin book. This is probably the best review that you have read today. #nospoilers ...

    This is #9 in a series, and I read it as a stand-alone. Although that might be a reason that it did not resonate with me, I think it was more in the plotting. It started off very well. The narrator, Joseph O'Loughlin, a clinical psychologist with Parkinson's disease, is an interesting ...

    There's no denying that I love Joe so there's no doubt I read this as soon as I could. In this book we get to learn more about his family; his mom, dad and sisters. We learn a bit of the family history and when Joe gets a call from the hospital saying his dad was admitted, he learns th...

    ?Love and hate are not absolutes or opposite sides of the same coin. Hate is an evil passion and love is an inspired one but they share the same brain circuitry and lead to similar acts of desperation?. That is a quote from the book, quite a good one I thought. Probably the only...

    It was good. But not amazing.. I liked the plot development and most of the characters but somehow the short chapters and Joe's search for the truth just didn't seem very realistic.. it was just too far fetched at times . There were parts in it ( housekeepers over enthusiastic advances...

    This was an audiobook. It was so riveting I didn?t want to stop driving or get out of the car when I did. I really enjoyed the journey of the main character. The path he took was never straight, sharp turns everywhere. The author wrote such an emotionally evoking book. I found the ...

    It's no secret, Michael Robotham is one of my favorite authors. His O'Loughlin and Ruiz stories are simply amazing. The superb storylines that these two finely developed characters are plotted into make for very entertaining hours of reading and escape! The latest O'Loughlin book (#9 i...

    ?Understanding human behaviour doesn?t make life any easier.? Joe O?Loughlin receives a call, advising that his father is in hospital in a coma. His wife is by his side. Joe rushes to the hospital to find a strange woman by his father?s side. Who is she? Joe?s parents Wi...

    You do meet the most interesting people in hospitals. THE OTHER WIFE is the latest bittersweet entry in an excellent series that progressively takes a little bit more of your heart with each encounter. And these are crime novels, so that is truly a testament to the author?s maste...

    I must admit that I don't think I have read anything my Michael Robotham, that I haven't awarded 5 stars. This latest outing for Joseph O'Loughlin is no different, in fact I wish I could have given it 6 stars as 5 just isn't enough! The story is gripping from the outset, and develop...

  • Michael Garside
    Aug 19, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

    This novel is gripping from the start! The more Joe investigates the further the fall from grace for his seemingly perfect parents, the twists are unpredictable and saw me reading long into the night. I also loved that the book wasn't entirely focused on the investigation you got to ex...

    An absolute cracker. Another great Joseph O?loughlin book. This is probably the best review that you have read today. #nospoilers ...

  • Justin Lahey
    Jul 30, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

    This novel is gripping from the start! The more Joe investigates the further the fall from grace for his seemingly perfect parents, the twists are unpredictable and saw me reading long into the night. I also loved that the book wasn't entirely focused on the investigation you got to ex...

    An absolute cracker. Another great Joseph O?loughlin book. This is probably the best review that you have read today. #nospoilers ...

    This is #9 in a series, and I read it as a stand-alone. Although that might be a reason that it did not resonate with me, I think it was more in the plotting. It started off very well. The narrator, Joseph O'Loughlin, a clinical psychologist with Parkinson's disease, is an interesting ...

    There's no denying that I love Joe so there's no doubt I read this as soon as I could. In this book we get to learn more about his family; his mom, dad and sisters. We learn a bit of the family history and when Joe gets a call from the hospital saying his dad was admitted, he learns th...

    ?Love and hate are not absolutes or opposite sides of the same coin. Hate is an evil passion and love is an inspired one but they share the same brain circuitry and lead to similar acts of desperation?. That is a quote from the book, quite a good one I thought. Probably the only...

    It was good. But not amazing.. I liked the plot development and most of the characters but somehow the short chapters and Joe's search for the truth just didn't seem very realistic.. it was just too far fetched at times . There were parts in it ( housekeepers over enthusiastic advances...

    This was an audiobook. It was so riveting I didn?t want to stop driving or get out of the car when I did. I really enjoyed the journey of the main character. The path he took was never straight, sharp turns everywhere. The author wrote such an emotionally evoking book. I found the ...

    It's no secret, Michael Robotham is one of my favorite authors. His O'Loughlin and Ruiz stories are simply amazing. The superb storylines that these two finely developed characters are plotted into make for very entertaining hours of reading and escape! The latest O'Loughlin book (#9 i...

  • Mandy White
    Jun 21, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

  • Roy
    Jul 28, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

  • Peter
    Jul 21, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

  • Julie
    May 10, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

    This novel is gripping from the start! The more Joe investigates the further the fall from grace for his seemingly perfect parents, the twists are unpredictable and saw me reading long into the night. I also loved that the book wasn't entirely focused on the investigation you got to ex...

    An absolute cracker. Another great Joseph O?loughlin book. This is probably the best review that you have read today. #nospoilers ...

    This is #9 in a series, and I read it as a stand-alone. Although that might be a reason that it did not resonate with me, I think it was more in the plotting. It started off very well. The narrator, Joseph O'Loughlin, a clinical psychologist with Parkinson's disease, is an interesting ...

    There's no denying that I love Joe so there's no doubt I read this as soon as I could. In this book we get to learn more about his family; his mom, dad and sisters. We learn a bit of the family history and when Joe gets a call from the hospital saying his dad was admitted, he learns th...

    ?Love and hate are not absolutes or opposite sides of the same coin. Hate is an evil passion and love is an inspired one but they share the same brain circuitry and lead to similar acts of desperation?. That is a quote from the book, quite a good one I thought. Probably the only...

    It was good. But not amazing.. I liked the plot development and most of the characters but somehow the short chapters and Joe's search for the truth just didn't seem very realistic.. it was just too far fetched at times . There were parts in it ( housekeepers over enthusiastic advances...

  • Paul Lockman
    Jul 30, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

  • Lisa
    Jun 22, 2018

    When Joe O?Loughlin received the call that his father was in a coma in hospital, his wife by his side, Joe had no idea the trip to the hospital and his father?s room would change his life, and everything he?d known and believed about his parents would be shattered. The woman besi...

    I read this from beginning to end in one sitting. I guess that's what you call unputdownable! Definitely five stars from me. Poor Joseph, still reeling from a very personal loss, still learning to cope with Parkinson's Disease, still dealing with raising two teenagers and now he fin...

    The awesomeness of Michael Robotham's writing is once again on display in this, the ninth Joe O?Loughlin book. If you?re a fan already, you will love this book. It offers a much closer look into Joe's personal life than ever before. This book can also be read as a stand alone becau...

    Poor old Joe O'Loughlin has a tough time being one of Michael Robotham's characters. He has to live with Mr Parkinson, the name he gives the horrible disease that is trying to take over his body. During his long and successful career as a psychologist working with his detective friend ...

    Imagine you get called to hospital because your father has serious injuries and is in a coma. You are told your mother is with him but when you get there it's a complete stranger who claims to be his second wife. What would you do if you where faced with this situation I wonder? I thi...

    10 Stars! Bestselling International author Michael Robotham returns following The Secrets She Keeps, Close Your Eyes, and Life or Death with THE OTHER WIFE ? a riveting Tour de Force thriller ? His best Yet! How well do you know your own family? Soundcloud A nice Interview wi...

    I'm a huge huge fan of this series and the engaging beautifully drawn character of Joe O?Loughlin so I was very much looking forward to entering his world once again. This story hits very close to home when Joe discovers dark secrets lurk at the heart of his own family. Add murder...

    I feel like Robotham of late has a simple formula for when he writes. The last 3 or 4 of his novels Ive read I've felt alot of similarities in the style and structure. This picks up #9 with Joe. Ive only read a couple others with this character but I had higher expectations. The first ...

    I did not realise that this was book 9 in the series. It read fine as a stand alone though and I really enjoyed it. Back to book one for me now !! ...

    My View: I love the Joe O?Loughlin series ? I am invested in the main characters, their stories and the crimes they solve. This episode centres on Joe and his family as suspects, victims and villains, what a read! And despite this book being number nine in the series it can just a...

    4.5 stars. I think I had a different book by this author on my to read list but one of my libraries had this recent release so I grabbed it. No. 9 in the Joseph O?Loughlin series apparently so I have dived in very late but it didn?t really matter, I think it was fine as a stand-al...

    I enjoy this author and this particular series. I enjoy his books so much, that I didn't mind parting with an audible credit in order to have this one. This was so close to 5 stars. Part of me just wants to round up. The hook at the beginning was highly effective. I loved when that...

    Robotham never fails to captivate and entertain me. Another gripping addition to a fantastic series. ...

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers. ...

    I was overjoyed that The Other Wife saw the return of one of my favourite characters in crime fiction, psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. After the tragic sudden death of his wife Julianne, Joe is trying hard to raise his two daughters on his own. But tragedy is not done with Joe yet ? he ...

    Michael Robotham is one of my favourite authors. I couldn't wait to read his latest book, The Other Wife - especially when I found out it was a Joseph O'Loughlin book. (9th in the series) Joe is a clinical psychologist, a widower, a father to two girls, a man living with Parkinson's...

    Solid entry in the Joe O'Laughlin series revolving around a vicious attack on Joe's father and his encounter with a woman who claims to be the dad's wife...but who isn't Joe's mom. Very character driven with plenty of focus on how Joe and his kids are handling the unexpected death of h...

    First Sentence: From the top of Primrose Hill, silhouetted against the arriving day, the spires and domes of London look like the painted backdrop of a Pinewood sound stage waiting for actors to take their places and an unseen director to yell 'Action'. Psychologist Joe O'Laughlin ...

    I listen to talking books whilst cooking and/washing up so that?s just about every day. The best books for listening in this way need to have a narrative that grips and not be to complicated so that clatter and whistles, alarms, jets of steam don?t throw me off course - this is jus...

    This novel is gripping from the start! The more Joe investigates the further the fall from grace for his seemingly perfect parents, the twists are unpredictable and saw me reading long into the night. I also loved that the book wasn't entirely focused on the investigation you got to ex...