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As Long As We Both Shall Live by Joann Chaney

“If you try to kill your wife without a plan, you will fail.” If that opening grabs you, you’re going to love As Long As We Both Shall Live by Joann Chaney. Matt and Marie go on a hiking trip to rekindle the romance in their twenty-year marriage. They hike a steep trail to a scenic overlook of the mountains above and the raging river below. But Matt comes running back down the trail yelling that he thinks his wife is dead. Marie fell off a cliff into the swollen waters of the river. A fall no one could have survived.

It looks like a tragic accident. Then some other campers show up who heard a woman scream “Please, don’t.” Then it turns out Matt has been married before. Matt’s first wife died unexpectedly. So is Matt unlucky? Or a murderer?

From the opening page, Joann Chaney lets you know that this book is going to be fun. Twisted, delicious, full of surprises fun. If you didn’t need your fingers to turn the page you might read the book with them steepled in front of your face and ca…

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