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    The Headmaster's Wife by Thomas Christopher Greene

    • Gone with the Words

      Review: The Headmaster’s Wife by Thomas Christopher Greene - Fans of adult literature with some mystery should definitely give this book a chance. It would also make a great book club read. I look forward to reading more of Thomas Christopher Greene’s books if they’re all written this well.

    • Claire Rinehart

      Thomas Christopher Greene's poetically written thriller holds the suspense from start to surprising, poignant conclusion.

    • Raincoast Books

      The Headmaster's Wife by Thomas Christopher Greene ** Beautifully written and compulsively readable, The Headmaster’s Wife is a haunting and deeply affecting portrait of one couple at their best and worst—"a truly remarkable novel" (Richard Russo) **

    • Champaign Public Library

      The headmaster's wife by Thomas Christopher Green. Click the cover image to check out or request the literary fiction kindle.

    • Houston Foodlovers

      On a chilly evening, I grabbed The Headmaster's Wife from the "New Fiction" shelf at the library, thinking it looked like a good mystery for a blustery night. Three hours later, I was finished, and this little book was unlike any other mystery I've ever read. Peculiar, with twists and turns that I never saw coming, this is one of the more thought-provoking books I've read in a long time. Not a "Who done it", more like a "What on earth...?" kind of page turner ~~ Houston Foodlovers Book Club

    • Kristin Thorvaldsen

      Always With a Book: Review: The Headmaster's Wife by Thomas Christopher Greene (audio)

    • Kimberly Johnston

      Book World: Thomas Christopher Greene’s ‘The Headmaster’s Wife’ - The Washington Post

    • Victoria Disque

      The Headmaster's Wife by Thomas Christopher Greene: need to read

    • Calvert Library

      The Headmaster's Wife, by Thomas Christopher Greene

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