Gill Paul is an author who’s writing is superb and as you read her stories one cannot tell fact from fiction. In Another Woman’s Husband Gill takes us back in time to the summer of 1911 when Wallis Simpson first meets her best friend Mary Kirk at Miss Charlotte Noland’s summer camp. We get to witness their lives together and separate all the way till the end. I loved this half of the dueling timeline and learned things this history buff did not know.
Don’t get me wrong the other half with the conspiracy of Princess Diana’s death was good but ... personally I would have been happy with this particular story being just a singular timeline. My favorite part of the 1997 timeline was Princess Diana’s friend Susie Hargreaves and would have preferred that she had a much larger role in the current timeline.
Overall Another Woman’s Husband was a very enjoyable biographical type historical fiction story of two women who challenged the English Monarchy and changed history.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and was under no obligation to write a review. All options expressed in this review are completely my own.