The Missing Wife Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Fans of Marian Keyes, Lisa Jewell and Santa Montefiore will love Sunday Times best-selling author Sheila O'Flanagan's The Missing Wife.
Have you ever wanted to disappear?
When Imogen Naughton vanishes, everyone who knows her is shocked. She has a perfect marriage. Her handsome husband treats her like a princess. She's always said how lucky she is. So why has she left? And how will she survive without Vince?
What goes on behind closed doors is often a surprise, and Imogen surprises herself by taking the leap she knows she must. But as she begins her journey to find the woman she once was, Imogen's past is right behind her....
Will it catch up with her? And will she be ready to face it if it does?
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|Listening Length||12 hours and 30 minutes|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||16 June 2016|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 14,626 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
423 in Women's Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
2,458 in Contemporary Women's Fiction
18,259 in Genre Fiction (Books)
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As a bonus, the background to this is an enjoyable sampling of village life, again delivered with great skill.
In shoprt, we enjoyed it immensely
Got a bit annoyed with her at times . Thought it dragged a little towards the end .
Ending a little disappointing .
Top reviews from other countries
But Vince wants to know where his wife is, and how could she possibly leave without any explanation. He does all he can to find her, following every clue he gets from Imogens friends, family, and colleagues. There's a strong sense that Vince doesn't like to feel helpless and out of control of his life, yet that is exactly where he finds himself.
Imogen's bravery throughout is really admirable, and the way in which emotional abuse if portrayed, always left the reader wondering what if there was something more going on too? The story of her taking back control and making her own decisions is really capturing, and the setting in France is just perfect.
Although The Missing Wife is a little lighter than some other domestic and psychological thrillers out there, I still really enjoyed reading it. Where the storyline felt slower in some places, it was the perfect opportunity to reflect on the nature of emotional abuse, and the power within the victim.
Not quite was I was expecting, but I definitely would be recommending this book to others! I know O'Flanagan has written many books, so I will be keeping my eye out for other titles with her name on! I gave it a five star review on Goodreads.
I'm not usually one for female stories by female authors as that usually points to a product for the cynical girlie romance market, but the reviews suggested something different and it stands in its own right as just a good book.