The Holiday by T. M. Logan
Kate, her 3 best friends, their husbands and children are on holiday in a luxurious villa in France. Kate suspects her husband is cheating, there are lies, betrayals, cover ups, murder and attempted murder and broken friendships. This is a good tale of gross dishonesty, escalating issues, desperate logic and useless thick husbands.
“The one excluded, the one left out in the cold, just like at school, always left on the edge of everything, last to be picked, always on the outside looking in.”
“Two Transformers were having a fist fight.”
“I don't really like French milk,”
“He's just discarded her as if she were nothing, as if she didn't matter. He had dumped her in the worst possible way.”