Thursday, December 6, 2018

Book Review - The Banker's Wife by Cristina Alger

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During an early morning in November, a woman and a man board a private plane heading to Geneva. The plane never makes it to the destination as it crashes in the Alps. Matthew Werner is among the passengers who disappeared. He leaves behind his young wife, Annabel, who is unable to cope with his disappearance. As Annabel tries to come to terms with her husband's death, she learns that her husband has kept a few secrets from her. While digging into his life, Annabel unwittingly puts herself in the crosshairs of his enemies.

Society journalist Marina Tourneau has finally made it big. She is now engaged in the famous Ellis family. She can finally stop writing about the powerful families now that she is one of them. However, when one of her close friends is murdered, she agrees to work one more story. While investigating for her story, she realizes that someone close to her might be involved her mentor's murder. Who is after Annabel? Will Marina be able to trust anyone?

I love thrillers and when I saw this book, I thought this book might be interesting. I found the plot to be interesting but, quite predictable. I didn't like many of the characters as I thought they were very one dimensional and not very well developed. I didn't really care if they got their happy ending or if they fell into a ditch. Overall, the book is a page-turner but, not a very good one.

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