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Dead to Her by Sarah Pinborough

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Book Summary

Marriage can be murder…


Marcie’s affair with Jason Maddox catapulted her into the world of the elite.

Old money, old ties, old secrets. Marcie may have married into this world—

but she’ll never be part of it.


Then Jason’s boss brings back a new wife from his trip to London.

Young, attractive, reckless—nobody can take their eyes off Keisha.

Including Marcie’s husband.


Some people would kill for the life Marcie has—what will she do to keep it?


Condition: New

Paperback, Published January 12, 2021 by William Morrow Paperbacks

ISBN: 9780062856838


3 reviews for Dead to Her by Sarah Pinborough

  1. Chandra

    Pinborough is one of my favorite authors. Not just in her writing, but also her as a person as she was extremely nice in an interchange with me a couple years back. She’s an autobuy author and I absolutely love how divisive her books make the thriller community. It honestly just tickles me.

    One thing I’ve noticed is that people tend to compare all her reads to Behind Her Eyes (especially if that’s their first and only book). Personally, I say don’t do that. That book is a divine entity of its own (for those who loved it like I did).

    I think Dead to Her will also be equally divisive as most of her books are within the reading community. There’s a LOT going on with the different, very unlikable characters. We have second wives, love triangles, voodoo, the rich, the poor, secrets on top of secrets and parties with masks! Let’s dance, y’all! Personally, this is the kind of Pinborough read I love. I was highly suspect about one character and felt a certain warm feeling when I was right about said person. *ding ding*

    Now some times you’ll feel this story is getting just a tad bit too convoluted and you may go cross eyed a bit, but this is what I love. Keeping all this madness going while still keeping my interest. I did feel there were some lull moments but not enough for my eyes to glaze over. I was keenly looking for the next hint or misdirection.

    This country club-esque, entitled neighborhood and all their drama reminds me why I would never want to be a part of such an elite, rich, white world. And that’s what made the ending all that more satisfying.
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  2. KC

    I don’t know what happened with this. It started off really good, but it fizzled towards the end. I recommend starting off with Behind Her Eyes if you want to check out this author, if you have read this one and want to try more, give this one a shot!! It requires the ability to suspend belief and if you are into voodo/black magic etc you will probably enjoy this one!

  3. Elysse

    This book was BIZARRE. I never knew what to expect! I came into it expecting it to be young women conspiring against older, wealthier men. What I got was… not exactly that. Yes, an aspect of the book was that two of our main female characters were married to older, wealthier business partners, but there was much more to the story than that. A love affair, twisted histories, secrets that each character hid that affected the outcome of the novel… there’s a lot to unpack, and frankly I have to withhold it for risk of spoiling the novel… just know there is a LOT in this book. I don’t know that it was GOOD, but it definitely kept me entertained!

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