Yay! We have finally entered the -Ber months, my favorite time of year! Now is especially more fun because it’s the perfect season for mysteries and thrillers!
Thank you Flatiron Books for my gifted ebook in exchange for my honest review.
Synopsis: Things have been wrong with Mr and Mrs Wright for a long time. When Adam and Amelia win a weekend away to Scotland, it might be just what their marriage needs. Self-confessed workaholic and screenwriter Adam Wright has lived with face blindness his whole life. He can’t recognize friends or family, or even his own wife. Every anniversary the couple exchange traditional gifts – paper, cotton, pottery, tin – and each year Adam’s wife writes him a letter that she never lets him read. Until now. They both know this weekend will make or break their marriage, but they didn’t randomly win this trip. One of them is lying, and someone doesn’t want them to live happily ever after.
When the characters are named Mr. and Mrs. Wright, you know it’s going to be a good domestic thriller. This was a great example of a good thriller with unreliable narrators. You couldn’t trust anyone in this book, and it was honestly really well done because of that. Most books tend to fall apart or become too far fetched with unreliable narrators. This was not one of those. The twist and final reveal was jaw-dropping for me. This was Alice’s best one yet!