Under the HarrowUnder the Harrow by Flynn Berry
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This delicious little morsel of a book is filled with the most vividly written prose I have found. It drew me in and wrapped me in its warmth refusing to let me go. It’s dark and chilling, and it will haunt you right to the bones.

I was so engulfed by the writers rich and descriptive imagery of Nora and her fellow bookmates and England, that if I closed my eyes I could easily see it.

As Nora investigates not only her sister’s death, but an assault that had preceded it by 17 years, she learns much about her sister and herself that she never knew.

I couldn’t put it down, Ms. Berry has a gift, a gift of flawless storytelling, and I hope she continues to use it.

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