Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Blood Sisters by Jane Corry

Two sisters - Alison and Kitty. A tragic accident years ago leaves Kitty disabled - in a wheelchair and unable to communicate  - and her best friend dead. Alison is fine on the surface. She's teaching art, struggling to make ends meet. Then she applies for a post at a prison - teaching prisoners art, and the strange calls start freaking her out. 

What really happened all those years ago? Does Kitty remember? Will she ever say? 

A well constructed plot, this  gripping psychological thriller will have you guessing until the very end.

I enjoyed the characters and their relationships - Kitty's life inside a care home was interesting and told with empathy and understanding. Alison was mildly annoying, but this was forgiven under the circumstances.

An enjoyable day and a bit was spent on this one.

4 stars


You may also enjoy Black Eyed Susans by Julia Heaberlin or Then She was Gone by Lisa Jewell.

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