The New Wife

The New Wife

Delaney, JP

Editorial Quercus Publishing
Colección Macmillan, Número 0
Fecha de edición enero 2024

Idioma inglés

EAN 9781529430417
352 páginas
Libro encuadernado en tapa blanda
Dimensiones 129 mm x 198 mm

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P.V.P.  14,75 €

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Resumen del libro

Unputdownable' MICK HERRON'Fast-paced and exhilarating, you'll be hooked' HEAT'A summer read which exudes menace' SARAH VAUGHAN'Mysterious, suspenseful and suffused with paranoia' ALEX MICHAELIDESWhen Finn Hensen gets a call from his sister Jess to say their father has died, neither is heartbroken. Their parents divorced many years ago, after which their father, Jimmy, continued to live a bohemian lifestyle in sun-soaked Mallorca. Ownership of his beautiful but dilapidated farmhouse in the mountains now passes to Finn and his sister.

The only problem is that Jimmy recently remarried and his new wife, Ruensa, is still living there. The pair agree that Finn should go to Mallorca and tactfully take possession of their inheritance. When he arrives, however, Finn is surprised to find that Finca Siquia has been completely transformed into a chic Mediterranean bolthole by Ruensa and her twenty-seven-year-old daughter, Roze.

The Spanish police, meanwhile, are asking awkward questions about Jimmy's death . . .

Are Ruensa and Roze the helpless victims of circumstance? Or will they stop at nothing to get Finca Siquia for themselves?'Engrossing' SHARON BOLTON'Gripping' CLOSER'A sun-soaked sizzler' VICTORIA SELMAN'First-class' DAILY MAIL'Captivating' SAMANTHA DOWNING'Phenomenal' GLAMOURREADERS LOVE JP DELANEY'Completely original and gripping' 5* reader review'Dark and unputdownable' 5* reader review'Had me on the edge of my seat at all times!' 5* reader review'Kept me guessing right til the end' 5* reader review'Thrilling and absorbing' 5* reader review

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