The Couple's Secret

The Couple's Secret

by B P Walter

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ISBN-13: 9780008328726
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 02/07/2019
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 15,632
File size: 2 MB

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marquis784MA 4 months ago
A Version of the Truth by B P Walter February 2019 Fiction, psychological I received this digital ARC from NetGalley and Avon Books UK in exchange for an unbiased review. A Couple’s Secret is name of book in USA published by Harper Collins for Nook Book It isn’t often that I encounter a story so utterly disturbing that I’m captivated to the end. This is such a book that people will either abhor or vicariously partake of the disconcerting journey. With that said, this is not a book for those easily offended by controversial, morally corrupt characters. The themes addressed in this novel are unsettling: homophobia, sexual abuse, debauchery, and perversion. The story is told through the alternating time lines of Julianne Knight in London 2018 and Sophie at Oxford 1990. Initially, the connection between the two women is vague until their stories begin to unravel. Both women seemingly different, ultimately discover how they share a traumatic experience with mutual classmates at Oxford. This drives their desire to seek redemption once they acknowledge their denial of involvement. In London 2018, Julianne’s world is turned upside down when her 17-year old son, Stephen exposes incriminating information found on the family Dropbox account. She learns that her husband James is involved with unthinkable crimes dating back to their years at Oxford. Ignoring past regressions and deplorable mistakes doesn’t erase the sins. Some unethical decisions have everlasting consequences which eventually seek resolution. This is a well written book with developed characters deplorable in nature.
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