Publisher Hodder & Stoughton



Published in Hardback 1st November 2018



Maggie is a husband watcher. A snooper, a marriage doctor, a destroyer of dreams, a killer of happy-ever-afters. She runs her own private detective agency specialising in catching out in those who cheat. And she is bloody good at it.


Helene is a husband catcher. A beautiful wife, a doting step-mother, a perfect home maker and a dazzling presence at parties. She has landed herself with one of the most eligible bachelors in town – handsome property developer Gabe Moreau.


Alice is just a teenager. A perfect daughter to Gabe, a kind stepchild to Helene, a tragic girl to a dead mother. She lives a sheltered but happy life, until she finds that handwritten note ‘You owe me. I’m not going away.’
All three women suspect Gabe Moreau of keeping secrets and telling lies. But not one of them suspects that these lies could end in cold-blooded murder.







Running your own private detective agency catching out those who cheat on their partner, there’s one rule about tailing a target, don’t let them ever see you. A private investigator should be invisible as air. Helene thinks her husband, Gabe Moreau is cheating on her. Maggie Malone is being paid to track down Gabe’s movement and Maggie is waiting to get the damning evidence she needs for Helene. But that’s all it takes to deliver the fatal blow to a marriage. The thing is you hire her. You trust her. You shouldn’t.  Daughter Alice wants to know more about her stepmother Helene. And Maggie a husband watcher has a secret past. This book certainly held my attention all the way through and furthermore if you like reading about the private detectives agency in catching out cheaters, then you will without doubt enjoy this this novel where a murder happens. I also recommend A true-life story The Real Lady Detective Agency by Jane Rebecca.

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