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Jane Corry books in order

Looking for Jane Corry’s books in order? Look no further!

A regular on the Sunday Times bestseller list, Jane Corry’s psychological thrillers often explore darker themes of family and relationships pushed to the limits or characters living on the fringes of society.

A former writer-in-residence at a high-security prison for men, Jane Corry takes inspiration from those around her, paying as much attention to emotional integrity in her writing as she does to character and to plot.

Corry’s standalone novels are roller coasters of twists and turns from a true master of psychological suspense and will keep you on the edge of your sofa.

Here are all Jane Corry books in order of publication.

Jane Corry books in order:

My Husband's Wife - Jane Corry by Jane Corry

1. My Husband’s Wife

When lawyer Lily marries Ed, she’s determined to make a fresh start. To leave the secrets of the past behind.

But when she takes on her first criminal case, she starts to find herself strangely drawn to her client. A man who’s accused of murder. A man she will soon be willing to risk everything for. But is he really innocent? And who is she to judge?

Blood Sisters by Jane Corry

2. Blood Sisters

Kitty lives in a care home. She can’t speak properly, and she has no memory of the accident that put her here. At least that’s the story she’s sticking to.

Art teacher Alison looks fine on the surface. But the surface is a lie. When a job in a prison comes up she decides to take it – this is her chance to finally make things right.

But someone is watching Kitty and Alison. Someone who wants revenge for what happened that sunny morning in May. And only another life will do…

The Dead Ex by Jane Corry

3. The Dead Ex

Vicki’s husband David once promised to love her in sickness and in health. But after a brutal attack left her suffering with epilepsy, he ran away with his mistress.

So when Vicki gets a call one day to say that he’s missing, her first thought is ‘good riddance’. But then the police find evidence suggesting that David is dead. And they think Vicki had something to do with it.

What really happened on the night of David’s disappearance? And how can Vicki prove her innocence, when she’s not even sure of it herself?

I Looked Away by Jane Corry

4. I Looked Away

Every Monday, 49-year-old Ellie looks after her grandson Josh. She loves him more than anyone else in the world. The only thing that can mar her happiness is her husband’s affair. But he swears it’s over now, and Ellie has decided to be thankful for what she’s got.

Then one day, while she’s looking after Josh, her husband gets a call from that woman. And just for a moment, Ellie takes her eyes off her grandson. What happens next will change her life forever.

Because Ellie is hiding something in her past. And what looks like an accident could start to look like murder…

I Made A Mistake by Jane Corry

5. I Made a Mistake

In Poppy Page’s mind, there are two types of women in this world: those who are faithful to their husbands, and those who are not. Until now, Poppy has never questioned which she was.

But when handsome, charming Matthew Gordon walks back into her life after almost two decades, that changes. Poppy makes a single mistake – and that mistake will be far more dangerous than she could imagine.

Someone is going to pay for it with their life…

The Lies We Tell by Jane Corry

6. The Lies We Tell

Sarah always thought of herself and her husband, Tom, as good people. But that was before their son Freddy came home saying he’d done something terrible. Begging them not to tell the police.

Soon Sarah and Tom must find out just how far they are willing to push themselves, and their marriage, to protect their only child.

As the lies build up and Sarah is presented with the perfect opportunity to get Freddy off the hook, she is faced with a terrifying decision…

There you have it – all Jane Corry books in order of publication! How many have you read? Let us know in the comments below…

1 Comment

    My Husbands Wife–excellent! I have a son who is 43 yrs.old this was so similar to our experience it brought me to tears. So that part was not fiction and is one of the saddest issues of Autism. Thank you for
    highlighting it. It is also to good to note that each autistic person is an individual just as we all are and unique. We we fortunate to have early intervention. I would so love to know how she came to know this so well.

    you

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