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Yesterday I almost saw her.
was standing on the sun deck, looking out to sea, revelling in the
unexpected warmth of the February sun. A butterfly trembled on a nearby
buddleia and suddenly I smelled her perfume.
wasn't there, of course. How could she be when I had seen her lying in
her coffin just two weeks ago, the day before she was buried, her casket
surrounded by the scented candles she loved?
She lay in Cornish ground now...
was a daughter, a wife, a mother. She was a friend. But what secrets
did Eloise take to her grave? Compulsively-readable and haunting, this
is the Sunday Times bestselling debut novel from Book Club champion, Judy Finnigan.
I just couldn't finish this book; I was annoyed almost right off the bat.
I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.