All The Wrong Places by Joy Fielding – Book Review


You always know who you’re meeting online . . . don’t you?

Four women decide to explore online dating, downloading an app that promises they will swipe their way to love and happiness.

But not everyone is who they seem online. Hidden behind a perfect smile and charming humour, one man appears to be the perfect date. But the night he has planned is unlike any other.

The clock is ticking, and for one woman, this date might just be her last . . .



This is the story of four women, Paige, Chloe, Joan and Heather who are all linked.

Paige is Joan’s daughter.

Chloe is Paige’s best friend.

Heather is Paige’s cousin and the woman who had an affair with Paige’s boyfriend.

These women are also using online dating, but one of them is in the sights of Mr Right Now, a serial killer……

Part family drama and part psychological that highlights the perils of online dating. There’s humour, drama and some dark and disturbing moments in the chapters from the killers perspective. A thoroughly entertaining thriller.

Thank you to Tracy and Compulsive Readers for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour,  for the promotional materials and a free copy of the ebook. This is my honest, unbiased review.



Born in Toronto, Ontario, she graduated from the University of Toronto in 1966, with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. As Joy Tepperman, she had a brief acting career, appearing in the film Winter Kept Us Warm (1965) and in an episode of Gunsmoke. She later changed her last name to Fielding (after Henry Fielding) and began writing novels.

Fielding is also the screenwriter of the television film Golden Will: The Silken Laumann Story. (Courtesy of Goodreads).

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