The Pumpkin Eater’s Wife

The Pumpkin Eater’s Wife

by Tannis Laidlaw

Have you ever wanted to walk away? Even though you leave with nothing?

Jeanie Connor turns from the crumpled body lying at the foot of the stairs within her elegant Brisbane home. Quietly she leaves, stepping into the pre-dawn empty streets. Helped by a change in hair colour, clothing style and grim determination, she thinks this time, finally, she can leave her toxic life behind.

Working as a cleaner, she keeps a constant watch for reports of her husband’s demise. If he’s survived, he’ll find her. He always has. She bears hidden scars to prove it. If he’s dead, she’s a murderer.

A chance to steal an identity, and she has the possibility of  life anew. Can Jeanie not only evade her own past but the dangerous complexities of the woman she’s pretending to be?

Reaching deep into the psyche of those who’ve experienced a noxious relationship, The Pumpkin Eater’s Wife is psychological suspense as written by a psychologist, and it’s compulsive reading.

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  1. Loved this book! It was hard to put down. Well written and intriguing. Really gives an understanding of the effects of spousal abuse, the experience of PTSD, and the amazing resilience that is possible after the survivor has moved from the abusive setting.The author keeps the tension up, and the twist at the end …wow! Her knowledge and experience in the mental health field is obvious and she certainly makes us think! I also enjoyed the descriptions of the settings in New Zealand and Australia. Now I am looking forward to another book by her…Half Truths and Whole Lies which is next on my list.

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