Introducing The Other Woman by Sandie Jones

Read the first installment of The Life of a Book introducing Sandie Jones and her upcoming psychological thriller, The Other Woman, then make sure you're signed in and comment below for a chance to win an early copy!

For most of us, a book begins when we pick it up and ends when we finish the last page. But the life of a book begins much earlier than that! We’re excited to be partnering with Minotaur Books and Sandie Jones to offer you an ongoing behind-the-scenes look at the publication process for one of Minotaur’s most anticipated new books of 2018.

Make sure you tune in each month as we update our progress. Not only will we be chatting with Sandie Jones, the author, but we’ll also be featuring the entire team behind the book, including the editor, publicist, designer, and marketer.

And we’re hoping you’ll get involved too! We’ll have ample opportunities for you to ask Sandie and the team questions, and there will be plenty of chances to win an early copy of the book too! But that’s enough about the series … now onto the most important part—the book!

The Other Woman is a novel of psychological suspense to the highest degree. It centers on Emily, a 20-something woman living in London who’s just met Adam, the man of her dreams. A relationship starts, and things look perfect … until Emily meets Pammie, the mother of all mothers-in-law.

At first, Pammie is simply one of those well-meaning but undermining mother-in-laws you’ve undoubtedly heard of (or know of) in some capacity. But then, things start getting worse, and before too long, Pammie is no longer reminiscent of a horror story—she is a horror story. But Adam is blind to Pammie’s actions, so much so that Emily begins to question her own sanity. Is it possible she’s imagining everything? Could Pammie really be that evil?

Tune in next month as we sit down with Catherine Richards, the editor of The Other Woman! In the meantime, make sure you’re following Sandie Jones on Twitter for all other book updates.

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Comments

  1. Karen Mikusak

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  2. L Peters

    can’t wait to read it. thanks for the opportunity to win a copy.

  3. Nancy Demo

    I would love to win an advance copy of The Other Woman!

  4. Lorraine Bowen

    Looks like a good one. Thanks for a chance to win a copy.

  5. Pat Murphy

    Would love to win this. Pammie sounds spooky.

  6. Pam Walrath

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  7. Gwen Ellington

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    I can say a lot about interfering MIL’s and their no clue sons, sounds like a real interesting read

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  13. Lori Provenzano

    Thought I’d heard it all regarding mothers-in-law. Maybe not!

  14. Alice

    A thriller involving mother-in-laws…what’s not to love?

  15. Sharon Haas

    Sounds like a good read with a good lesson or two included. lol

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    Can’t wait to read this book, I have my own mother-in-law horror story.

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  27. John Smith

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  28. Karen M.

    You mean someone had a mother-in-law more evil than mine? Even if this one’s fictional, I hope to win and find out!

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  31. susan beamon

    I had a nice mother-in-law, but her husband was a problem. Why don’t we get more books about that.Oh well, I’d like to read this book.

  32. Carole Knoles

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    Love reading debut authors.

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    for the love of family .

  36. Terrie Ash

    Thankfully my mother-in-law is perfectly normal! Look forward to reading this.

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    Love a good thriller!

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    Yes!
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    Thanks —-

  39. Peter W. Horton Jr.

    Women! Yes!

  40. elsie321

    Sounds like a good read.

  41. Christine Smiga

    This sounds like something I would really enjoy reading.

  42. Sandie Jones

    If you think you’ve got the mother-in-law from hell, wait till you meet Pammie!!

  43. SUSAN GANNON

    thanks for chance

  44. Don McClure

    I want to read it!

  45. Sandy Klocinski

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  47. Laurent Latulippe

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  48. Saundra K. Warren

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  49. Beth Lechman

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  50. James Joyce

    Mothers-in-law.

  51. Marjorie Manharth

    Hardly knew my mother in law – thank heavens! Would love to read the book.

  52. Marjorie Manharth

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  53. Clydia DeFreese

    THE OTHER WOMAN title caught my interest! Hope I win it!

  54. JAMES LYNAM

    Not sure if I will like it. If not it will make a great
    Christmas present.

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  61. JULES M.

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  64. Barbara Bates

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  70. Karen Terry

    Love stories about creepy mother-in-laws.

  71. Kimberly Dull

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  73. Sally Schmidt

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  74. Stephanie Liske

    Thanks!

  75. Daniel Morrell

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  76. Ed Nemmers

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  77. Priscilla Pursell

    I had a nightmare of a mother-in-law, so I can relate.

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  83. Jerry Marquardt

    I would like to give thanks for all your really great writings, including The Other Woman. I wish the best in keeping up the good work in the future.

  84. trish mckee

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  85. Linda Peters

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  86. Betty Curran

    Another great sounding book. I’d love to add this to my “waiting to be read” pile.

  87. Carl White

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  88. Lily Kwan

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  91. Philip Lawrence

    I’ve known plenty of other women so I would like to read about another one.

  92. L

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  93. Janice Milliken

    Psychothriller!
    My-fav!

  94. Joyce Redman

    Holy cow, she sounds scary!

  95. Marjorie Cunningham

    Sounds great! Good luck everyone!

  96. ANGELA ROUNDTREE

    Sound like I have another great book coming my way. Cannot Wait!!!

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