The Last Wife by J.A. Baker

Welcome to the first day of the tour for The Last Wife by J.A. Baker along with Rachel's Random Resources. It is exciting to be on the first day of the tour because it is also pub day!!!! I hope you all enjoy and will check out the other tour spots throughout the tour.

About the Book:

Welcome to Winters End...

Winters End should have been the perfect place for me and my husband Neil to start again. To leave the terrible secrets and guilt of our past far behind us.

But from the moment we arrived in the small, isolated community, it becomes clear to me that we are not welcome here. That someone wants us to leave…

I’m certain that everyone knows our secrets – knows who we really are. But how can that be?

Perhaps it’s my mind playing tricks on me. Just like before.

I know Neil thinks I'm paranoid. My thoughts spiraling. Again.

If only I had someone else to talk to. Another woman to confide in.

And that’s when I realize something far more terrifying.

I am the only wife at Winters End…and I could be the last…



This book has such an intriguing cover and it caught my attention right away. Flowers on a path leading up to a lighted house surrounded by dark. You know something bad is going to happen. A husband and wife try to start a new life on a tiny island. The residents are not welcoming, especially to women. A closed island mystery, the couple must both heal their relationship and find out what is going on with the island. I loved the author’s descriptive writing style. I could picture to scenes playing out and feel the emotions of the characters. A great story!


About the Author:

J. A. Baker is a successful psychological thriller writer of numerous books, previously published by Bloodhound. Born and brought up in Middlesbrough, she still lives in the North East, which inspires the settings for her books.

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