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The Wrong Family

The Wrong Family

Tarryn Fisher

Tarryn Fisher proved with her suspenseful bestseller The Wives that she knows how to upend the conventional family stereotype. With The Wrong Family, Fisher follows up with another twisted domestic thriller featuring an unreliable interloper as its narrator.
From the outside, Winnie and Nigel Crouch appear to have the perfect 15-year marriage, which produced the perfect 13-year-old son, Samuel. That's how it seemed to Juno, anyway. A retired 67-year-old therapist with an unfortunate diagnosis, Juno just wants to live peacefully in their beautiful house. She admires their pricey Greenlake neighborhood in Seattle, the black-and-white checkered kitchen floor, the olive refrigerator, the short walk to Greenlake Park with its namesake lake and 2.8-mile nature trail. But one day, Juno overhears a conversation between Winnie and Nigel that tempts her to interfere. This may be Juno's chance to make amends for her own haunted past. But what if she gets in too deep?
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