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#BookReview: The Good Sister by Gillian McAllister
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When handsome actor-cum-playboy Padraig O'Connell falls for Jennifer, the company's manager, Peter Barnes, is suspicious of Padraig's motives and becomes even more suspicious when someone makes attempts on both sisters' lives. Although the sisters are publicly the best of friends, a violent rivalry sizzles between them.
The novel is punctuated by the murderous, sociopathic rants of one of the sisters, convinced that the other is trying to kill her and determined to pull the trigger first. Which sister is the psychopath, which the intended victim? Diamond keeps readers guessing until the very end, and her thrilling story is backed up by taut writing and snappy dialogue. Readers looking for a beach book this summer will be delighted by this bone-chilling saga—and may start looking at their own siblings a bit more warily.