Ellen is uneasy about her approaching wedding, and buy does she have good reason to be. I found Wait for the Wedding
a little dull compared to Fremlin's two previous suspense novels, but the psychology of it was spot on. Ellen (and the reader) is told a story that is so well thought out that she doesn't even think to question it, until she sudden;y realized that the complete opposite could just as easily be true. It was worth the read, because the "bad guy" was not who I was expecting it to be, which, of course, is the whole point.