In the suburbs of Connecticut, a carpenter embarks on a gruesome killing spree.
While she’s preparing dinner for her husband, Mrs. Porter runs out of lemons. Driving to the supermarket through the achingly quaint downtown area of suburban Putnam Wells, she yearns for life in New York City. The Porters moved to Connecticut because it was supposed to be safer, quieter, more predictable—until that afternoon, when she returns home and finds a madman waiting with a butcher knife in his hand. He doesn’t just kill Mrs. Porter—he takes his time, leaving behind a gory scene that would horrify even the hardest New York cop.
The killer is Paul White, a local carpenter whose wife knows nothing about his thirst for blood; Mrs. White is an innocent who lives to make her husband and daughter happy. As she begins to see shadows of Paul’s vicious side, she will learn just how twisted love can be.
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Mrs. White went BEYOND my expectations. I loved it. Can you suggest any more books that have that same "1980s domestic psychological thriller" vibe?? Actually, my stating I loved it doesn't even touch the service. I could not put it down. If the book were a man, I'd marry it! Please send me a list of like books. Thank you.
In the book Mrs. White, authors Andrew Klavan and Laurence Klavan write about Mrs. White, a housewife whose world seems to be going well. But then she begins to wonder if her husband is having an affair. What she doesn’t realize is that here hard-working carpenter husband has another secret that is more horrifying than she thinks! This was an excellent read with very good character development. I would highly recommend this book.