I Made A Mistake by Jane Corry @JaneCorryAuthor VikingBooksUK @EllieeHud #Thriller #IMadeAMistake #Bookreview

I am delighted to share my review today for I Made a Mistake by Jane Corry. This is another favourite author of mine and I have enjoyed all of her books and her latest one is an absolute corker.

Let me show you whats it is all about…

YOU DIDN’T MEAN TO DO IT.
IT WAS ONLY ONCE.
BUT NOW HE’S DEAD, AND SOMEONE HAS TO PAY . . . 

The darkly addictive new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of I Looked Away, Blood Sisters and My Husband’s Wife. 
In Poppy Page’s mind, there are two types of women in this world: those who are faithful to their husbands, and those who are not. Until now, Poppy has never questioned which she was.

But when handsome, charming Matthew Gordon walks back into her life after almost two decades, that changes. Poppy makes a single mistake – and that mistake will be far more dangerous than she could imagine.

Someone is going to pay for it with their life . . .

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Right from the off I am going to say that I loved this one a lot. The author has woven a story about a family that consists of a married couple Stuart and Poppy, their two children Melissa and Daisy and his mother-in-law Betty. Stuart is a dentist, Poppy runs a film extra’s agency, the two girls are at school and the Betty lives with them now she alone after the death of her husband.

This is a very busy family, Poppy and Stuart are reliant on Betty to help keep the family organised. Poppy and Stuart both work long hours and they often seem like ships in the night as they pass.

The author has done such a fantastic job of creating a story that is told over several timelines and the flow between them all is flawless and so easy to follow. I loved how the author went back into Betty’s life as well as filling in the present. It gave a lot of depth to the story and made it so much easier to get to understand the characters.

Poppy is taken aback when she bumps into an old flame at a conference. Matthew had dumped Poppy before she met Stuart, she was hurt but had moved on. It appears that Matthew hasn’t and Poppy then makes a mistake, she does not realise the full impact until it is too late.

The author has created yet another story that had me completely hooked from the Prologue, I loved this short but to the point and extremely intriguing couple of pages. From that point on I found the story such a compelling read, I discovered more about Betty, I thought this was such a wonderful character. I also discovered more about Poppy, her father and her family. The author created a family scenario that made me wanting to keep reading and discovering more.

This is such an intriguing story and the synopsis was spot on in my opinion for giving the tiniest glimpse of the drama and suspense that was to follow. In some ways this is a story that is about a family, but it is also a story a family being threatened and it is this darker side that plays out so well.

I am a big fan of this author and I have really enjoyed all of her books, and this book is my favourite to date and is another fabulous read that I would absolutely recommend.

Jane Corry is a writer and journalist (Daily Telegraph and women’s magazines) who worked for three years as the writer in residence of a high security male prison. This experience helped inspire her Sunday Times Penguin bestsellers ‘My Husband’s Wife’, ‘Blood Sisters’, ‘The Dead Ex’,
‘I Looked Away’ and ‘I Made A Mistake’. She has now sold over a million copies of her books word-wide.

Jane also writes short stories as well as a weekly digital column about being a granny for My Weekly. As well as this, she speaks at literary festivals all over the world. Many of her ideas strike during morning dog-jogs along the beach followed by a dip in the sea – no matter how cold it is!

Jane’s brand-new thriller ‘I Made A Mistake’ is being published on May 28 2020 by Penguin Viking and is available for pre-order.

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