‘I love how the story unravels bit by bit, it gets you more engrossed than any book ever has before’When Beatrice gets a frantic call in the middle of Sunday Lunch in New York to tell her that her younger sister Tess is missing, she gets onto the next flight to London. When Tess turns up dead in a toilet block in Hyde Park, her body is sent off for testing. When the results come back it suggests that Tess committed suicide and everyone accepts that – everyone except Beatrice. Beatrice knows that Tess would never take her own life, not after their brother Leo had died from an illness called Cystic Fibrosis. Beatrice thinks that her sister was murdered and embarks on a mission to find out by whom. Sister is an AMAZING book! I really loved it! Although it had a few complicated bits in it because it’s for older readers there weren’t that many bits that confused me, I understood most of it in the end. Sister isn’t one of those books where you have two suspects that could be the people who committed the murder; in Sister any one of the characters could be responsible for …read more

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