Jackie Kabler’s ‘The Perfect Couple’ Will Make You Look Twice at Your Spouse [REVIEW]

Couple holding hands
Was their marriage truly perfect, or the perfect lie? (Photo courtesy Canva)

She thought she’d found the man of her dreams. She hoped their love would last forever. She never expected him to vanish into thin air. In Jackie Kabler’s latest novel, she examines the one question every hopeless romantic always asks: Is there any such thing as The Perfect Couple?

Jackie Kabler's THE PERFECT COUPLE
One More Chapter

Gemma was looking forward to getting home from her business trip, being enveloped in her husband’s arms, and sitting down to a home cooked meal. But that’s not what happens. Instead, she enters an empty apartment, no dinner, and a house that smells of bleach. Now she has the nagging feeling something is amiss.

With Danny MIA for two days, she goes to the cops only to discover that there is a serial killer on the loose in Bristol. Worse yet, every one of the killer’s victims looks just like Danny! Her fears escalate, but she soon realizes that there is more at risk than her husbands life.

The police are asking questions. They don’t understand why there’s barely a trace of Danny in their flat, and why no one other than Gemma has heard from him in weeks. Most of all, they suspect she isn’t telling them the entire truth. And if not, what exactly is she hiding?

The Perfect Couple is the kind of novel I can only imagine Alfred Hitchcock reading, itching to make it into a creepy whodunnit. This book isn’t just intriguing, every page drips with suspense and ominous foreboding. It doesn’t take its time easing you into the mystery either. Rather, this book bolts out of the gate, keeping you guessing from the very first page.

This story unfolds basically with two parallel timelines, as we follow the cops’ investigation on one hand and watch Gemma come undone on the other. The farther you read, the more mysterious the tale gets, with tension mounting fast and hard, pummeling until you reach the breathtaking conclusion. If you enjoy stories that keep you guessing all the way through, you are going to love The Perfect Couple.

Jackie Kabler
Jackie Kabler

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jackie Kabler was born in Coventry but spent much of her childhood in Ireland. She worked as a newspaper reporter and then a television news correspondent for 20 years, spending nearly a decade on GMTV followed by stints with ITN and BBC news.

During that time, she covered major stories around the world including the Kosovo crisis, the impeachment of President Clinton, the Asian tsunami, famine in Ethiopia, the Soham murders and the disappearance of Madeline McCann.

Jackie now divides her time between crime writing and her job as a presenter on shopping channel QVC. She has a degree in zoology, runs long distances for fun and lives in Gloucestershire with her husband.

To learn more, visit JackieKabler.com, and follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

THE PERFECT COUPLE
By Jackie Kabler
432 pp. One More Chapter. $12.99.

Purchase The Perfect Husband direct from Jathan & Heather Books or from one of these fine online retailers: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Half Price Books, Hudson Booksellers, IndieBound, Powell’s, Target, or Walmart.

The Perfect Husband is brought to you in association with TLC Book Tours.

About Jathan Fink
Jathan is a journalist, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. He is also a travel junkie, foodie and jazz aficionado. A California native, he resides in Texas.

2 Responses to Jackie Kabler’s ‘The Perfect Couple’ Will Make You Look Twice at Your Spouse [REVIEW]

  1. Sara Strand says:

    Thank you for being on this tour! Sara @ TLC Book Tours

  2. Pingback: Jackie Kabler, author of The Perfect Couple, on tour May 2021 | TLC Book Tours

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