Forget her Name by Jane Holland

Shalini's Books & Reviews

My review

This is one book where I felt I was Sherlock Holmes, or rather the female, diluted version, of less brilliant and less intelligent one, minus the cheekbones of Benedict Cumberbatch too. I looked at all the characters with doubt and suspicion, holding a magnifying glass to minutely check their words… And I doubted the main character too… She didn’t appear intelligent… Could be a foil to divert my attention.

Ten years ago, Cat’s sister Rachel died in a skiing accident in Switzerland, or so she was told. Close to her wedding day, in the present time, Catherine received Rachel’s snow globe with a cow’s eyeball in it , her wedding dress was sniped into pieces with splashes of pig’s blood, and plenty of other incidences. The story unfolded further

Is Rachel alive?? What were the parents hiding?? Was Rachel’s husband Dominic guilty?? But guilty of what?? Murder…

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