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The Wrong Family

  • Tarryn Fisher
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  • ISBN-10: 1432884840
  • ISBN-13: 9781432884840
  • DDC: Fic
  • Shipping Weight: 1.30 lbs ( .59 kgs)
  • 446 Pages | Hardcover
  • Published/Released January 2021
  • Simultaneous Publications

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An Instant New York Times Bestseller
A USA Today Bestseller
A Globe and Mail Bestseller

Have you ever been wrong about someone?
Juno was wrong about Winnie Crouch. Before moving in with the Crouch family, Juno thought Winnie and her husband, Nigel, had the perfect marriage, the perfect son — the perfect life. Only now that she’s living in their beautiful house, she sees the cracks in the crumbling facade are too deep to ignore.

Still, she isn’t one to judge. After her grim diagnosis, the retired therapist simply wants a place to live out the rest of her days in peace. But that peace is shattered the day Juno overhears a chilling conversation between Winnie and Nigel.

She shouldn’t get involved. She really shouldn’t. But this could be her chance to make a few things right. Because if you thought Juno didn’t have a secret of her own, then you were wrong about her, too.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

“[A] gripping psychological thriller . . . vivid prose and well-drawn characters keep the pages turning. Fisher remains a writer to watch.”

— Publishers Weekly

“Fisher is a writer to watch.”

— Kirkus Reviews

“The perfect book for readers when one shocking plot twist is not nearly enough.”

— USA Today

“Nothing is as it seems in this twisty new thriller.”

— Bustle