The psychological thriller element of the book develops the tension between the characters and we are drawn in to the story, making assumptions about what will happen next before revealing the truth. I have previously reviewed The Woman Upstairs and The Mother’s Mistake by Ruth Heald.
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Find books like The Woman Upstairs from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked The Woman Upstairs also liked: The Empty Ne.Marion Williams is the author of this impressive book. The plot expands, growing seamlessly from book one without leaving unfinished business. You will get a clearer idea about this book by reading its summary that is available on popular sites such as Amazon and Goodreads.The Woman Upstairs is another excellent stand alone psychological thriller from Ruth Heald .Katie finds herself pregnant and expecting twin girls Alice and Frances,Ian her partner seems to work away a lot and when she goes into labour Ian is in Thailand on business and so the new friend she has met Paula accompanies her to the birth and gradually Paula starts to worm her way into Katie's life.
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I have never written a review before on a book, but I was compelled to review this book by Ruth Heald. The performance was absolutely wonderful. The story had a twist to it that I was not expecting at all. I kept you on your toes the whole time, and the ending was amazing.Read More
Ruth Heald has written the book in the first person so we are privy to Katie’s muddled and mixed thoughts and feelings that are being manipulated by the volatile Paula. As an outsider, I wanted to shout at Katie to escape Paula’s clutches, and rebuild the relationships that she needs to support herself and her babies.Read More
She’s the woman upstairs, whose feet you hear treading above as you drift off at night, thankful you aren’t alone.. but I was compelled to review this book by Ruth Heald. The performance was absolutely wonderful. The story had a twist to it that I was not expecting at all. I kept you on your toes the whole time, and the ending was amazing.Read More
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