Once Two Sisters: A Novel

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“Once there were two sisters. The older was a storyteller, and the younger was her favorite story.”

Estranged sisters Zoe and Ava are as different as can be. Ava is controlled and collected and Zoe is emotional and explosive. The only thing they seem to have in common is being raised by two very reserved and logical clinical psychologists. Then Ava is kidnapped and Zoe discovers by watching the news that she is a suspect. She returns to her home state of Virginia to clear her name and try to find out what really happened to Ava. Is this just another publicity stunt, or is Ava in real danger? Zoe and her brother-in-law Glenn are caught in the middle of a conspiracy that makes them look guilty.

This was a real page-turner. I couldn’t put it down. The first person narrative immediately sucked me in. The author did a wonderful job building suspense and developing her characters. I loved the main characters, well rounded, authentic, and wonderfully flawed. They both find the strength they didn’t know they had and discover things about themselves and their relationship that forever changed them for the better. I would highly recommend this to anyone that loves thrillers.

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Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 209 pages
Publisher Crooked Lane
Publish Date 2020-09-08
ISBN 9781643855257
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Issue October 2020
Category Mystery, Crime, Thriller


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