THEY DID IT TO THEMSELVES
BUT SOMEONE WAS WATCHING
The Macnamara sisters hadn't been seen for months before anyone noticed. It was Father Timoney who finally broke down the door, who saw what had become of them. Berenice was sitting in her armchair, surrounded by religious tracts. Rosaleen had crawled under her own bed, her face frozen in terror. Both had starved themselves to death.
Francesca Macnamara returns to Dublin after decades in the US, to find her family in ruins. Meanwhile, Detectives Vincent Swan and Gina Considine are convinced that there is more to the deaths than suicide. Because what little evidence there is, shows that someone was watching the sisters die...
~I was gifted a copy from the publishers - all opinions are my own~
I give it - 5/5
My review - what a book! Physiological and thrilling from start to finish and, it will keep you guessing from start to finish! It was fantastic and I really enjoyed every second off it.
the book transports you to 1980’s Dublin. The author did a fantastic job of the setting and it really makes you feel like you have been transported to this time and place with the senses.
Francesca McNamara made a name for herself in Dublin and now has gone to New York where she is trying to make a name for herself but, is barely getting by week by week. Father Thomas knows he should have asked more questions before moving to Dublin.
That is until he finds the bodies off Berenice and Rosaleen McNamara. With Francesca returning to Dublin to bury her sisters and meeting a niece who disappears and we meet the person in charge of the investigations.
There is more than meets the eyes with this death and the people involved.
This is a fantastic book full of investigations, crime and a book that is full of surprises and twists and turns and I can’t recommend this enough!!