If you’re a fan of watching Dateline episodes, then you’re going to want to stick around for this one.
Thank you Flatiron Books for allowing me to read this on netgalley in exchange for my honest review.
Matt’s got a interesting history. He’s been married twice, but he’s also been caught saying “I think my wife’s dead” twice. This book is told in different timelines as you learn about his two marriages, how they’ve ended in tragedy, and whether or not Matt’s guilty.
I really thought I was reading a script for a Dateline episode, which for me is wonderful! I have my parents to thank for getting me into watching Dateline on NBC. You may think you have this book all figured out in the beginning, but you don’t! In fact, I really thought I had it figured out 50% of the way through! I was wrong. That’s the sign of a really great book. My least favorite part about the book was the backstory of the detective. I felt like that could’ve been a separate book that I could’ve done without. The ending was jaw-dropping so I was all for it.