Having loved M. T. Edvardsson’s first novel, A Nearly Normal Family, I was excited to read The Woman Inside. Loved the cover,and the opening chapters, the discovery of the bodies of Steven and his wife, Regina, and the introduction to several characters. Interspersed between the chapters by Karla, Bill, and Jennica were chapters of police interviews. Chapters are short (a bonus for me) which adds to the suspense until it doesn’t. I found the middle of the book to be repetitive in several spots which made it difficult for me to stay focused. I did like how it all came together toward the end. I would have liked to have had an epilogue set several years later for the reader to discover what happened to each of the main characters. My thanks to BookishFirst, NetGalley, and Celadon Books for an ARC of this book. The opinions in this review are my own.