Editorial Note – I was given a copy of E.G. Scott’s The Woman Inside in return for a review.
The Woman Inside by E.G. Scott is a domestic thriller about secrets and revenge told from the perspectives of a husband and wife.
Here’s the synopsis:
Rebecca didn’t know love was possible until she met Paul, a successful, dashing, married man with a past as dark as her own. Their pain drew them together with an irresistible magnetism; they sensed that they were each other’s perfect (and perhaps only) match.
But twenty years later, Paul and Rebecca are drowning as the damage and secrets that ignited their love begin to consume their marriage. They are both cheating on each other, but Paul’s affairs get messy, and fast. His first mistress is stalking them with growing audacity when Rebecca discovers Paul’s elaborate plan to build a new life without her. And though Rebecca is spiraling into an opiate addiction, it doesn’t stop her from coming up with a devious plot of her own, and this one could end absolutely everything.
What follows is an unpredictable and stylish game of cat-and-mouse–a shocking tale of unfaithfulness and unreliability that will keep you racing until the final shocking twist and wondering how much you know your spouse.
About the authors: E.G. Scott is a pseudonym for two NYC-based writers, one a publishing professional and one a screenwriter. According to Amazon: their debut ticks off all the commercial boxes: a fast-paced psychological thriller about a volatile marriage with multiple unreliable narrators and a ton of great plot twists, excellent writing by industry-savvy authors who are already working on their next thriller, and intense film buzz.
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