Loved the sound of this book! A secret slowly revealed. Growing sense of unease. I haven’t read The Girl on the Train, but the sound of this book intrigued me. “Imagine if the next thriller you opened was all about you. This is exactly what happens to Catherine, a middle-aged, successful, married woman.” I’ve added this to my ‘to read’ list on Goodreads. Naomi, Books Editor

I recently read and enjoyed The Girl on the Train. While I was reading it, a friend asked if I’d read ‘Disclaimer’ by Renee Knight which she said was even better the The Girl on the Train. Better than The Girl on the Train? There’s no prizes for guessing what I read next.

The blurb on the front is enough to make you want to carry on reading: Imagine if the next thriller you opened was all about you. This is exactly what happens to Catherine, a middle-aged, successful, married woman. The book reveals her darkest secret and Catherine’s life starts to unravel. Who else has read the book? Will anyone realise it’s about her?

Not far away, a widower continues to mourn his wife and sets about sorting through her things.

Disclaimer alternates between the two characters. What is it that connects these two middle-aged people with grown up sons?

It’s not long before the story becomes really scary.

Read on | Mum of Three World