Book Review: Sister by Rosamund Lupton

If you are looking for a different kind of thriller, look no further than the debut novel, Sister, by Rosamund Lupton.  There is nothing stronger that the bond between sisters so when Beatrice Hemming finds out her younger sister, Tess, has died and her death has been classified as a suicide she is beyond perplexed.  Beatrice knows that suicide would not be an option for her sister and fiercely does her own detective work to find out what went wrong in this who-done-it with a twist.  In an interesting take on the epistolary style, Beatrice writes a letter to the dead Tess, about her doubts and her train of thoughts in pursuit of her killer.  Part medical thriller and part psychological thriller, this fast-paced debut will leave you guessing to the last page.

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