The Other Mrs. is getting all kinds of kudos from a bunch of my other favorite authors.
Marcie and Keisha have something in common in the upper-class world of Savannah. Among the old money and high society, they stand out.
Ellison spins a great tale full of the mystery and dark past of a girl's private school and creates multi-dimensional characters who are hiding things from each other and the reader.
Shepard brings the same type of dark intrigue, mystery and deception to Reputation as she did to her famous Pretty Little Liars series.
In The Nanny, we meet The Holt Family. They are the richest, most important family in a small town, or at least they were in the 1980's.
The book also captured the 70's well, and gave me that groovy vibe I was so hoping for when I picked it up.
There's always such an interesting tension between the poor and the rich. Especially when there is a huge discrepancy between the two--and especially when the poor can only survive by working for the very rich. The East End is Jason Allen's debut novel. Previously, he has published a work of poetry, A Meditation on Fire.... Continue Reading →