Once Edith Lutz had a life, a husband, and a home. Why did she run?
Edith doesn't want to be found, so she's taken on a new look, a new name, and an anonymous new life in New York City. Hoping to escape her past and start over, she's now working as a live-in housekeeper for wealthy, recently divorced publisher Adam. Edith is a breath of fresh air in her lonely employer's empty home, and she soon becomes more than just the woman who cleans the kitchen. But Adam knows nothing of the real woman he's falling in love with—or just how shaky the foundations of their blossoming relationship truly are. And Edith can never be sure that her dark history won't catch up to her. In fact, it's closer than she thinks.
About the Author
Marion McGilvary was restaurant critic for the Financial Times for three years and was short-listed for a Glenfiddich Food and Drink Award. She has written for numerous publications in the UK, including The Times, The Observer, Vogue, Marie Claire, Women's Journal, and GQ. She has written and illustrated several children's books and is the author of two books based on her columns in the Times and Observer. She lives in London.
Praise for A Lost Wife's Tale…
“Suspense combines with dark humour in this gripping tale of love, betrayal and secrets.”
-Waterstones Books Quarterly