“He wasn’t there to provide for her anymore. Or to stop her talking.”
Barton’s ‘The Widow’ tells the tale of Jean Taylor and husband Glen. He is the accused, and she is the loyal wife, quiet at his side as his name is tarnished and reputation sullied. Until, that is, the day she finds herself alone. With Glen gone, suddenly it’s her turn in the spotlight, and all those unanswered questions from the past are back and knocking on the door.
(This review may contain spoilers.)
(Major plot spoilers and the ending aren’t mentioned though.)
(Still not sure if you should read on? In that case, read the book then get back to me.)
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