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The Other Wife (Joseph O'Loughlin #9)

A secret wife. A secret life. A killer who knows.Childhood sweethearts William and Mary have been married for sixty years. William is a celebrated surgeon, Mary a devoted wife. Both have a strong sense of right and wrong.This is what their son, Joe O'Loughlin, has always believed. But when Joe is summoned to the hospital with news that his father has been brutally attacked, his world is turned upside down. Who is the strange woman crying at William's bedside, covered in his blood - a friend, a mistress, a fantasist or a killer?Against the advice of the police, Joe launches his own investigation. As he learns more, he discovers sides to his father he never knew - and is forcibly reminded that the truth comes at a price.Fresh from the highest selling book of his career, The Secrets She Keeps, multi-million-copy bestselling author Michael Robotham returns to his beloved Joe OLoughlin series in this compelling psychological thriller that delves into the consequences of a tragedy, exposing a lifetime of shocking cover-up that is too close to home for the famous psychologist....

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Number of Pages : 384 pages
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The Other Wife (Joseph O'Loughlin #9) Reviews

  • Jay Dwight

    Michael Robotham never disappoints and The Other Wife is another excellent read.

    Joe O'Loughlin returns in a family dominated story that opens with him called to hospital due to his father being in a coma after a fall. We delve into Joe's childhood and his relationship with his father, as he learns a multitude of things about him that he never knew before. Joe's emotions are pulled in many different directions as he searches for the truth regarding who hurt his father.

    This might be the last Joe

  • Pat

    I haven't read a Joseph O'Loughlin for a while, and this was rivetting reminder of just how good this series is. Grippping and suspenseful, great characters and enough background to make it a stand alone read as well.

  • Cal

    This is a must read for anyone who has followed Michael Robotham’s Joe O’Loughlin series. Following on from the devastating events of the previous book, Joe is slowly coming to terms with what happened. But then comes the news that his father has been involved in an horrific attack that could change everything Joe thought he knew about his own parents.

    Not one to be read as a standalone, ‘The Other Wife’ is a fascinating insight into the character we have come to know and love. With the fabulous

  • Kerrie

    Joe O'Loughlin has always found his father a bit "distanced" but never imagined that there was a side to his life that Joe did not know about. What a shock!

    Once Joe calms down a bit he begins to understand that there are lots of things about his father that he has either ignored or simply not understood at the time. He begins his investigation with the help of his old friend Vincent Ruiz.

    As always, I am very reluctant to reveal more elements of the plot. In fact the blurb tells you all you need

  • Monique


    You didn’t disappoint. What a read.

    My favourite line was delivered by Ruiz

    Joe to Ruiz? Are you praying?

    He doesn’t open his eyes ‘If I wanted to talk to a bearded man with delusions of grandeur, I’d ask my barista how his band is doing’

  • Linda

  • John Purcell

    Michael Robotham is in a league of his own when it comes to thrillers.

  • Siobhán Cullen

    Firstly thanks to Little Brown Book Group UK and Netgalley for an advanced readers copy in exchange for an honest review. This review will be posted on Goodreads and Amazon closer to publication date

    I had not come across this author before so therefore knew nothing about Joe but it didn't detract from my enjoyment of this book at all but did encourage me to buy more from this series

    A cleverly written book with lots of twists and turns that will leave the reader guessing up to the end. As well as