The Fallout by Tamar Cohen

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When close friends split, take care whose side you're on… 

Dan and Sasha are Josh and Hannah's closest friends, and lately they all seem to spend more time with each other than they do apart. But cozy weekends together quickly dissolve into a bitter game of tug-of-war when Dan utters three treacherous little words: I'm leaving her

Dan fully expects Josh to defend his choices—and that includes welcoming the sexy young model he's suddenly dating. Meanwhile, Dan's soon-to-be-ex-wife Sasha is devastated—dangerously so—by his betrayal, and she leans heavily on Hannah for support. Though Josh and Hannah try desperately to avoid the fallout of their friends' battle, they're quickly engulfed by the poisonous fog of attack lawyers, ugly accusations and untimely revelations. Soon they're suffocating in Dan and Sasha's secrets…and their own. 

Darkly witty and utterly chilling, The Fallout exposes the volatile nature of divorce—and the new lovers, obsessions and broken relationships that are left in its wake.

 

About Tamar Cohen

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Tamar Cohen is a freelance journalist. A late starter to fiction (and to other things besides) she has now written three novels:The Mistress's Revenge, The War of the Wives, and Someone Else's Wedding, all published by Doubleday. Her fourth novel, The Broken, is out in June 2014. She is a Writer in Residence at Kingston University and lives in North London with her partner and three (nearly) grown children, plus one very badly behaved dog. Follow her on Twitter @MsTamarCohen
 
Published June 1, 2016 by MIRA. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Hannah and Josh have a cozy family with little daughter Lily. Making it even more perfect are their best-couple friends, Sasha and Dan, whom they met years ago at a neighborhood new baby group. Their daughter, September, the same age as Lily, makes the sextet complete and inseparable. That change...

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