Rona Parish is asked to write a biography of reclusive artist Ellie by her concerned sister. Ellie has seemingly disappeared, and the mystery surrounding her whereabouts has fuelled a new interest in her work. But when Rona discovers that Ellie’s closest friend committed suicide, Rona wonders whether Ellie, wracked by guilt over her friend’s death, could have been driven to do likewise....
Very slow and banal. Most unsatisfying. Good narrator needs better material. Save your credit that's all I can say about this work.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Why are narrators changed mid series? Rona comes across as a totally different character in this book, as do the others. Hoping to be able to finish it.
Any additional comments?
most of the book is about rhona, her extending family and friends.
she is back to writing a biography this time about Elspeth an artist like rhona's husband.
another good story from anthea fraser.
my only problem with the performance was she had given max (rhona's husband) a different voice but as I have listened to a long book between listening to the last rhona parish book I could be wrong. even so I enjoyed it as much as the previous ones.