The Ambassador's Wife

The Ambassador's Wife

by Roberta Gately
The Ambassador's Wife

The Ambassador's Wife

by Roberta Gately



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After a whirlwind romance, she still has much to learn about her new ambassador husband—and about the fate of his predecessor’s wife . . .

At thirty-five, Nora Buckbee fears she’s destined for a lonely, single life. Then she meets handsome State Department employee John Fielding. They marry quickly—and next thing she knows she’s moving to Thailand with him, where he’ll be serving as ambassador.

It’s an exciting adventure—for a while. Then she learns that the last ambassador’s wife disappeared without a trace, and there seems to be little interest in learning what happened. John, who’s often away on secret missions—odd, she thinks, for an emissary—seems as unfazed by the mystery as everyone else. But when Nora starts volunteering for the same group with whom the last wife worked, she begins to realize that nothing here is as it appears to be . . . including her new husband. Determined to peel away the layers of lies and secrets that surround her, Nora finds herself in a race to discover the truth. But can she figure it out before she meets the same fate as the previous wife?

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“Hard to put down until the very last page.” —Jennifer Haupt, author of I’ll Stand by You and In the Shadow of 10,000 Hills

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781504094399
Publisher: Bloodhound Books
Publication date: 04/16/2024
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 308
Sales rank: 29,983
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

About The Author

A nurse, humanitarian aid worker, and writer, Roberta Gately has served in third-world war zones ranging from Africa to Afghanistan. She has written extensively on the subject of refugees for the Journal of Emergency Nursing, as well as a series of articles for the BBC Worlds News Online. She speaks regularly on the plight of the world’s refugees and displaced.

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