Disclaimer opening line: Catherine braces herself, but there is nothing left to come up.
Catherine opens the book, starts reading, and realizes, she is the main character. It seems Stephen Brigstocke is out for revenge for the death of his son. But he fails to see the truth until is is nearly too late. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is not purely coincidental.
I must say that I did not enjoy the book at first. But as I had nothing else to read, I stuck to it. And I am really glad that I did. The truth was surprising and towards the end of the book, I was loathe to put it down.
First published in Great Britain by Doubleday in 2015
Paperback – 295 pages
What I blogged July 26:
- three years ago – Plum Tart Tatin
- four years ago – Chervil
- five years ago – Guest Blogger: Michala Schiodt – Jambalaya Recipe