Really evokes a sense of classic murder mystery stories. I thoroughly enjoyed discovering more about the fateful night of the Vinca Rockwell disappearance.
I love this book! It reminded me of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine and The Man I Think I Know – both books that I adored.
This is one of those books where you come to question every character's means and motives, still guessing 'who dunnit' right to the end.
The characters are vivid, the setting is beautifully imagined and the story really does draw you in from its very early chapters. Definitely one for fans of fiction with darker themes.
When only four out of five friends turn up for a reunion, they begin to reminisce about a strange night from their childhood...
Described as "the new Gatsby" by Stylist magazine. It has the decadence and undercurrent of the Gatsby world, with a charm all of its own, too.
With 20 years between the publication of Chocolat and The Strawberry Thief, anticipation has been unsurprisingly great for the fourth novel in this much-loved series.
I love suspense-filled fiction and John Marrs' portrait of a near future where fully autonomous cars are the norm is both thrilling and terrifying.
Ahead of International Women's Day, The Overdue Book Review caught up with Kate Leaver, author of The Friendship Cure, to talk about modern friendship and how it can survive.