Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A second novel from British journalist Kelly (The Poison Tree, 2011).Young Louisa Trevelyan was a Goth girl who frustrated her upper-class parents. With no thoughts of moving on to college, Louisa came and went as she pleased, working in a stall at Kensington Market selling aromatic oils, drinking and sneaking a different guy into her room (which is set off from the main house) each night. Then ... Read full review

Review: The Dark Rose

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Journalist Erin Kelly catapulted to literary heights in 2011 with THE POISON TREE, a dark tale of secrecy and family protection. Originally released in the UK as THE SICK ROSE, her second standalone is a complex drama of love and love betrayed. Appropriately promoted as sophisticated psychological suspense, THE DARK ROSE rockets Kelly's career into the stratosphere. "Kelly masterfully orchestrates ... Read full review

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Review: The Dark Rose

User Review  - Simon Fenwick - Goodreads

NOTE: This book was read under the British title of 'The Sick Rose'. I found this, to use a well worn phrase, a real 'page turner'. it gripped me from the first page right through until the end. Like ... Read full review

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