By Mrs. A. C. Edgerton
A psychological thriller, this is a wonderfully 'easy read' - well written without dense prose that has you thinking 'what is the author trying to say here'. So in that sense it is perfect for the summer holidays. The story revolves around the central character, Lily, who discovers her perfect marriage is a sham. There is some great dialogue, and moments of inciteful comment on friendship and marriage. For example, we think we know and trust those closest to us, but when that trust is put into doubt, our world is turned upside down and we begin to question everything and everyone. I couldn't put this book down. From the first page I was hooked needing to discover 'who dunnit' - I read it in 3 days - I kept sneaking off to read another chapter.