Do you have a cheating spouse? Has counseling failed? Want to get even? Then hire Infidelity Limited...
Olivia Shaw grew up poor on the wrong side of the tracks, but with her thriving real estate business and a solid marriage, her life finally feels stable...until she discovers her husband is cheating. Enraged, her sister offers a solution: Infidelity Limited, a firm that promises to rough up her husband and scare him straight.
Overnight, Olivia's life is upended as she, like all of Infidelity Limited's clients, is drawn into a dark web of blackmail and murder. Now, Olivia is emerging as a prime suspect in her husband's death. As a dogged detective closes in, Olivia has only one option: take down Infidelity Limited before it's too late.
©2016 Simon Wood. (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!
Whew, that was a very creative, intense and great thriller. If you like suspense thrillers, just purchase and listen to it; you will not regret it. Do not use a credit because the cost is less and if you have Kindle Unlimited it is $3.47. I've enjoyed all of Simon Wood's books I have listened to, but this one is really, really special. It is definitely in the running for the best suspense thriller I have listened to this year. Tanya Eby's narration is superb. VERY, VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. I only wish I could award Deceptive Practices more than 5 stars.
This review is sort of a struggle to write. I didn't hate but I didn't love it. I have a problem with any heroine of a story hiring a hit man of sorts to kill her cheating husband. Of course there is a whole lot more to this story than that and it was complicated and Infidelity Unlimited is more than that and pretty vindictive.
The story line could have been a bit better, but the plot thickened and made it better. The story flowed very well but it was a bit long and could have been shortened by a couple of hours. Seemed to be a bit of repetitiveness that could have been eliminated.
As for the narration, I like Tanya Eby's narrations, she does a very good job on the men's voices. And everyone gets their own distinct voice. She reads with emotion and has a nice reading voice.
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