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Sisters and Lies

Sisters and Lies - James Barrington Siaters and Lies by Bernice Barrington was an enjoyable read with a good, if not original, storyline. Contains loads of suspense, family drama’s, mystery but just too repetitive at times and a little bit too twee. The characters are well drawn but I found Rachel in particular a very frustrating character. A successful career person who was well travelled, determined and very capable yet on the other hand, made ridiculous hasty decisions and buried her head in the sand for most of the story.
Overall I enjoyed the read and a good debut novel by Bernice Barrington.

I look forward to future Novels by this author.

My thanks to Penguin Books for the opportunity to read this Novel in return for an honest review.