It is my absolute pleasure to join the cover reveal today for the upcoming new novel from Abigail Osborne, The Good Husband. I’ve been watching this book grow since its inception and I know that it’s one the author is super excited to share with all of you lovely readers. If you’ve read either of Abigail Osborne’s first two books, The Puppet Master or Save Her, then you’ll know you are in for a real treat. The book is released on 27th July, and I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy to see what twisty devilishness we’ve got in store this time. Before I share the cover, here’s more about the book:
About the Book
A zealot sends his grief-stricken son on a murderous mission, in this heart-pounding novel by “an intriguing new voice in the psychological thriller world” (damppebbles).
A shopping trip on Black Friday leads to Elsie’s tragic death—and leaves Jack, her husband of thirty-seven years, devastated. Unable to cope with his grief, he flees to his childhood home to be with his father, an overbearing religious zealot who puts his faith before everything—even his son.
Jack’s father convinces him that Elsie had not died in vain. Her life was sacrificed to give Jack the strength he needs for his mission: to rid the world of greed. Embittered by his loss, Jack soon sets out to punish the depraved and eradicate the sinners from the world. The greedy killed his wife, and now they must pay. But how far is Jack willing to go to fulfil God’s plan—and how many innocent people will die?
Has that whet your appetite? I’m really intrigued to see just how far Jack is willing to go to right the wrongs he sees in the world. From some of the ideas I heard in the early days, I’d say the answer is ‘pretty dang far!’
So are you ready to see the book cover then? Because here it comes …
Isn’t that a lush cover? Definitely gives off that atmospheric, chills down the spine vibe don’t you think? After all, with a cottage that isolated, almost anything can happen …
Don’t delay, get those preorders in today. I have. Cannot wait to read the book.
About the Author
Abigail is originally from the Lake District but moved to the West Midlands for University where she completed an English Literature & History degree and also met her husband. She is a passionate reader and has an unsustainable collection of books. This obsession with books has led to her creating her own Dewey decimal system and she has been known to issue fines to family and friends if her book is not returned on time. ‘The Puppet Master’ is Abigail’s debut novel and has unleashed a passion for writing. When not writing or reading Abigail is usually playing her violin or hiding from her much too energetic cats. She also works as a Needs Assessor for disabled university students in the West Midlands.