Well, it seems like cover reveals are a bit like buses around here at the moment, because I have another fabulous one to share with you today, for the soon to be released domestic thriller, The Trailing Spouse by Jo Furniss. As with all thrillers, it’s important to keep your audience guessing, so before I let you cast your eyes on the cover, have a read of the blurb first:
Amanda Bonham moved halfway around the world to be with the man she loves. Although expat life in Singapore can be difficult, Edward Bonham is a dream husband and a doting father to his teenage daughter, Josie.
But when their maid dies in an apparent suicide—and Amanda discovers the woman was pregnant and hiding a stash of drugs prescribed to Edward—she can’t help but wonder if her perfect husband has a fatal flaw. And if he can’t resist temptation under their own roof, what does he get up to when he travels?
Camille Kemble also has questions for Edward. Recently returned to Singapore, Camille is determined to resolve a family mystery. Amid a jumble of faded childhood memories, she keeps seeing Edward’s handsome face. And she wants to know why.
For one woman, the search for answers threatens everything she has. For another, it’s the key to all she lost. Both will follow his trail of secrets into the darkness to find the truth.
How does that sound? Before I share the pre-order links and have you all dashing off to reserve your copy, and the retailers get to steal my thunder, here comes the reveal. Drum roll please…..
How beautiful is that! If I hadn’t already been drawn in by the blurb, I would be tempted to buy this book for the cover alone. If you are tempted too, as promised here are the pre-order links:-
http://bit.ly/2uUwSTt (Barnes and Noble)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
After spending a decade as a broadcast journalist for the BBC, Jo Furniss gave up the glamour of night shifts to become a freelance writer and serial expatriate. Originally from the United Kingdom, she spent seven years in Singapore and also lived in Switzerland and Cameroon.
As a journalist, Jo worked for numerous online outlets and magazines, including Monocle and the Economist. She has edited books for a Nobel laureate and the palace of the Sultan of Brunei. She has a Distinction in MA Professional Writing from Falmouth University.
Jo’s debut novel, All the Little Children, was an Amazon Charts bestseller.