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The Three Women

Written by: Valerie Keogh
Narrated by: Elizabeth Knowelden
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When Beth, Megan, and Joanne meet at university, they become inseparable friends who’d do anything for one another - even agreeing to keep what happens one shocking night a secret. Now in their 40s and outwardly successful, each of the three has dealt with what happened in their own way. But secrets and lies leave their mark. 

When Megan decides to tell her fiancé the truth about that night, it threatens to ruin the lives of everyone around her. But someone is prepared to do anything to stop that from happening....

©2020 Valerie Keogh (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • Beatrice
  • 2020-07-01

Brilliant

The Three Women is a complex fast paced story with multiple twists and turns. Valerie Keogh does a great job setting the scene and developing the characters. I really enjoyed this book and will read other books by this author.

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  • HailtoTheVictors
  • 2020-07-19

Description is wrong

The description says this book is about someone who wants to keep three friends secrets from coming out. That is completely incorrect. The story is about three friends who can’t keep their own secrets and the interaction and fallout of the three When they finally spill their secrets to each other. Nothing really happens. Good performance by the narrators but otherwise very boring.

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