The Spy’s Wife By Reginald Hill
Book/Novel Author: Reginald Hill
Book/Novel Title: The Spy’s Wife
**A splendidly sharp . . . mix of espionage, wifely identity crisis, and unlikely romance by the author of the Dalziel and Pascoe mysteries ( *Kirkus Reviews* ).**
Best known for his Dalziel and Pascoe novels, which were adapted into a hit BBC series, Reginald Hill proves himself to be a master of . . . cerebral puzzle mysteries in his stand-alone thrillers as wellnow available as ebooks ( *The New York Times* ).
Molly Keatley is a happy housewife living comfortably day-to-day in Westcliff-on-Sea. That changes in a heartbeat when her husband, Sam, grabs his suitcase, offers a hurried I love you, sprints out the door, and disappears from her life. Then, a British agent invites himself in with shattering news: Sam is a Soviet spy and traitor. And his secrets dont end there. Though her dream life has been upended by an unforgivable betrayal, Molly wont be intimidated. Not by Sams unstable mistress, not by British Intelligence, nor by Sams colleagues, who are watching every move she makes. But when she receives a surreptitious invitation from Sam to join him in Bucharest, Mollys life will change once again as she discovers the nature of his lies, the consequences of deception, and the truth about her own desires.
Reginald Hill has crafted a terrific, suspenseful tale and an extraordinary heroine ( *Cleveland Plain-Dealer* ).
A terrific, suspenseful tale and an extraordinary heroine Cleveland Plain Dealer –Cleveland Plain Dealer
Hill is probably one of the finest British mystery writers at work today Publishers Weekly –Publishers Weekly
Quite out of the ordinary, enormously skillful, and absolutely alive Library Journal –Library Journal
### About the Author
Reginald Charles Hill FRSL was an English crime writer and the winner of the 1995 Crime Writers Association Cartier Diamond Dagger for Lifetime Achievement.