Saigon Wife

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You don’t have to kill him. You just have to let him die.

Saigon 1970.

Magdalena has never stopped loving Reyes Garcia, and never stopped hating him either, for leaving her seven years ago. But when they find each other in Saigon they know they cannot stay away from each other again.

But Magdalena is married now. And her journalist husband is here in Saigon nosing around for the biggest story of his career.
But when his investigations lead him in way over his head, Reyes has the chance to save him. Or … he can have everything he ever wanted just by doing nothing.

All he has to do is let him die.

He always said he cared about nothing and no one but himself. But was that ever really true?

In the final days of the war-torn city two lovers are forced to examine their own souls for what lies beneath.
The last in the Havana Girl trilogy, this is a riveting novel about love, and about the choices it can force us to make.

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