The Woman in the Window reviewed by Marie

The narrator is an alcoholic agoraphobic woman, formerly a child psychologist. The reader learns that she had an affair and considers herself responsible for the death of her husband and child. She observes the neighbours through binoculars and counsels strangers on her computer. She somehow gains our sympathy despite her odd behaviour. A thriller with Read More …

The Naturalist’s Daughter reviewed by Marie

Tea Cooper, a multi skilled author, has written a book of historical fiction, set in Australia when the Mitchell Library was being established, and in England in the early nineteenth century when cars were a modern invention. There are two main characters-Rose, the naturalist’s daughter and Tamsin, the librarian. Platypus are the link between the Read More …