The Killer’s Wife


I saw a post about this book and it sounded interesting so I picked it up at the library.  The killer’s wife of the title is Leigh Wren.  She has moved away, changed her name, altered her looks and started over in an effort to build a new, safe life for her son and herself.  This life gets blown up when one of her husband’s victim’s family members uncovers her new identity and exposes her to the media.  As this is happening a new serial killer is continuing the “work” of her husband, leading suspicion to land on Leigh.

This was okay.  For some reason, I didn’t really feel a sense of tension or urgency that one would expect to feel with this type of story line. It felt a little flat to me.

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