The Woman in the Park- Book Review

Hello all!! A book review today–The Woman in the Park by Teresa Sorkin and Tullan Holmqvist

The Woman in the Park by [Teresa Sorkin , Tullan Holmqvist]

When Manhattanite Sarah Rock meets a mysterious and handsome stranger in the park, she is drawn to him. Sarah wants to get away from her daily routine, her cheating husband and his crazy mistress, her frequent sessions with her heartless therapist, and her moody children.

But nothing is as it seems. Her life begins to unravel when a woman from the park goes missing and Sarah becomes the prime suspect in the woman’s disappearance. Her lover is nowhere to be found, her husband is suspicious of her, and her therapist is talking to the police.

With no one to trust, Sarah must face her inner demons and uncover the truth to prove her innocence.

A thriller that questions what is real-with its shocking twists, secrets, and lies—The Woman in the Park will leave readers breathless.

  • Print Length: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Beaufort Books (August 26, 2019)
  • Publication Date: August 26, 2019
  • Genre:- Psychological Thriller
Teresa Sorkin

Teresa Sorkin is a Television Producer with a passion for creating, writing, telling, sharing and producing great stories. She is the founder of Roman Way Productions, a production company with 32 projects in development.  Teresa has produced shows and films for various networks and studios. Teresa received her degree in Marketing and Media from New York University (NYU) and Bocconi University in Milan. She was a journalist for RAI TV where she worked on entertainment and fashion hosting her own show for the network. When Teresa isn’t working on the best next story, she spends time with her husband Ian and two children.

Tullan Holmqvist

Tullan Holmqvist is an investigator, writer and actor, and is the coauthor of the psychological thriller novel and screenplay The Woman in the Park with producer Teresa Sorkin. Tullan’s work as a private investigator has included global fraud investigations, financial due diligence and art cases. She has a master’s degree in political science from the University of Florence; literature and language degrees from universities in France and Italy; and screenwriting and acting studies at New York University, Boston University, MH and HB Studios. Originally from Sweden, Tullan lives in New York with her composer-attorney husband Giovanni and two sons.

This book is about a woman named Sarah Park, who is living in Manhattan. She is living in a depressed sort of life, believing that her husband Eric was having an affair with a woman named Juliette and is having therapy sessions with Dr. Robin regarding her certain disorder. While in the park, she meets a man named Lawrence who shares that he liked the same book as Sarah was reading–Therese Raquin by Zola. Together they embark on an affair. However, Sarah’s life turn upside down when a woman goes missing and Sarah becomes the prime suspect in the disappearance.

So let’s start as usual with the ones I like about the book.

  • As expected in a thriller, there were unexpected twists and turns in the book. Towards the end, the twist in the story was unexpected.
  • The writing was OK and it kept the reader hooked into the story.
  • To me, the characters in the book are OK. You actually feel sorry for the main character, Sarah.
  • I like how each of the chapter started off with an extract from the book Therese Raquin and also provide psychiatrist’s notes about Sarah so the reader would know what type of person Sarah is, whether she is an unstable person or not.

Now about the things I didn’t like in the book.

  • The beginning was kind of boring although towards the end, it became interesting.
  • The story was a bit predictable

Overall, this is a good thriller, kept me on the hook. Worth four stars!!

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