The Savior

Women With Deadly Secrets

Fiction - Thriller - Psychological
398 Pages
Reviewed on 12/24/2021
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    Book Review

Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

The Savior: Women With Deadly Secrets by Abdellatif Radja is a psychological thriller. Emily and David decide to have a child three years after their first daughter, Sarah, died in tragic circumstances. Emily hires a doula to help and throws herself into her work. Now pregnant again, she disappears one morning, leaving a note that says 'goodbye forever.' Emily is just days away from giving birth and David can’t understand why she left. When the police turn their sights on David as their prime suspect, he starts his own investigation. Talking to the doula, he learns things about his wife he never knew and, digging deeper into her background, he uncovers secrets and lies that shock him to the core. Did he ever really know his wife? Will he find out where she went? And will he ever see her or his new child again?

The Savior: Women With Deadly Secrets by Abdellatif Radja is a shocking psychological thriller that will leave you reeling. A well-crafted story, it delves into difficult subjects with empathy and offers readers a story that will stay with them for a long time. The characters are well-rounded, realistic people with real lives and fully developed backstories that come out gradually throughout the story. The book moves between the past and present and tells the story from both the main protagonists’ points of view, which really helps you to understand the plot. It has plenty of twists and turns and, while it starts off slow and gentle, it soon heats up and turns darker. It is a well-paced story that keeps you guessing all the way. I highly recommend this for fans of psychological thrillers and true-to-life stories.