The Twilight WifeA.J. Banner
We love the "amnesiac begins to remember" plot, and Banner keeps us on the edge of our seats as it unfolds! If you like S.J. Watson, Mary Kubica, or Ruth Ware, give this one a try.
The Marriage Lie
Iris and Will have been married for seven years, and life is as close to perfect as it can be. But on the morning Will flies out for a business trip to Florida, Iris's happy world comes to an abrupt halt: another plane headed for Seattle has crashed into a field, killing everyone on board and, according to the airline, Will was one of the passengers. Why did Will lie about where he was going? And what else has he lied about? As Iris sets off on a desperate quest to uncover what her husband was keeping from her, the answers she finds shock her to her very core.
A woman receives the call no wife wants to hear: her husband has been in a serious accident--and there was another woman with him. (Man, if fiction teaches us anything, it's that cheating on your spouse means you'll soon be in a dangerous accident. Look both ways before crossing the street, cheaters!)
The Other Woman’s House
A woman clicks idly through a virtual house tour on a real estate site, until she comes across a scene from a nightmare: a woman lying facedown on the living room floor in a pool of blood. But when she returns to the site to show her husband, there is no body, no blood—just a perfectly ordinary room, with a perfectly clean beige carpet. This is the sixth book in Hannah's popular Zailer and Waterhouse series.
The Silent Wife
He is a committed cheater. She lives and breathes denial. He exists in dual worlds. She likes to settle scores. He decides to play for keeps. She has nothing left to lose.
See Jane Run
Jane Whittaker finds herself alone, confused, covered in blood--and with $10,000 in her pocket. She remembers neither her name nor her past, but there's a handsome stranger insisting he's her devoted husband. But we know better than that, don't we, suspense fans?