As Long as We Both Shall Live by JoAnn Chaney. Published by Flatiron

When a wife is killed, everyone knows the husband did it, and if the guy has two dead wives…..we’ll, it’s pretty obvious who the killer is, right? Matt and Marie were on a hike in the mountains when she tragically fell off a cliff. The cops aren’t buying it, and when they learn he was suspected of killing his first wife, Janice, they’re sure Marie’s fall was no accident. Or was it? Is he lying? Is she lying? Are they lying? Just when you think you have this twisted plot unraveled you’ll discover you’re wrong. One of the best, most unexpected and spectacularly twisted books I’ve ever read. And it’s also given me my new favorite saying. Marriage, Stockholm syndrome? Tomayto, tomahto.