Reese Witherspoon's November Book Club author is writing sharp, juicy thrillers
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Sandie Jones has swiftly moved to the fore of hot thriller writers. Her suspenseful debut The Other Woman was selected by Reese Witherspoon as her Hello Sunshine book club‘s November pick, and has quickly surged in sales in the time since. It’s a dark relationship drama which unfurls the dynamic between a mysterious man, his new girlfriend, and a mother who’s struggling to let go. “It’s spooky season,” Witherspoon said of why she selected the book. “ has one of the most twisted and entertaining...


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