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The Husband's Secret

 

 

Contents

 

Cover

 

About the husband’s secret

 

Dedication

 

Epigraph

 

Pandora

 

Monday

 

Chapter One

 

Chapter Two

 

Chapter Three

 

Chapter Four

 

Chapter Five

 

Tuesday

 

Chapter Six

 

Chapter Seven

 

Chapter Eight

 

Chapter Nine

 

Chapter Ten

 

Chapter Eleven

 

Chapter Twelve

 

Chapter Thirteen

 

Chapter Fourteen

 

Chapter Fifteen

 

Chapter Sixteen

 

Chapter Seventeen

 

Chapter Eighteen

 

Chapter Nineteen

 

Wednesday

 

Chapter Twenty

 

Chapter Twenty-One

 

Chapter Twenty-Two

 

Chapter Twenty-Three

 

Chapter Twenty-Four

 

Chapter Twenty-Five

 

Chapter Twenty-Six

 

Chapter Twenty-Seven

 

Chapter Twenty-Eight

 

Chapter Twenty-Nine

 

Chapter Thirty

 

Chapter Thirty-One

 

Chapter Thirty-Two

 

Thursday

 

Chapter Thirty-Three

 

Chapter Thirty-Four

 

Chapter Thirty-Five

 

Chapter Thirty-Six

 

Chapter Thirty-Seven

 

Chapter Thirty-Eight

 

Chapter Thirty-Nine

 

Chapter Forty

 

Chapter Forty-One

 

Chapter Forty-Two

 

Good Friday

 

Chapter Forty-Three

 

Chapter Forty-Four

 

Chapter Forty-Five

 

Chapter Forty-Six

 

Chapter Forty-Seven

 

Chapter Forty-Eight

 

Easter Saturday

 

Chapter Forty-Nine

 

Chapter Fifty

 

Chapter Fifty-One

 

Chapter Fifty-Two

 

Chapter Fifty-Three

 

Easter Sunday

 

Chapter Fifty-Four

 

Chapter Fifty-Five

 

Chapter Fifty-Six

 

Epilogue

 

Acknowledgements

 

About Liane Moriarty

 

Also by Liane Moriarty

 

Copyright page

 


For Adam, George and Anna.

 

And for Amelia.

 

To err is human; to forgive divine.
Alexander Pope

 

 


Poor, poor Pandora. Zeus sends her off to marry Epimetheus, a not especially bright man she’s never even met, along with a mysterious covered jar. Nobody tells Pandora a word about the jar. Nobody tells her not to open the jar. Naturally, she opens the jar. What else has she got to do? How was she to know that all those dreadful ills would go whooshing out to plague mankind forever more, and that the only thing left in the jar would be hope? Why wasn’t there a warning label?

 

And then, everyone’s like, Oh, Pandora. Where’s your willpower? You were told not to open that box, you snoopy girl, you typical woman with your insatiable curiosity, now look what you’ve gone and done. When for one thing it was a jar, not a box, and for another, how many times does she have to say it, nobody said a word about not opening it!



 

 

 

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Date: 2015-02-03; view: 1098


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