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A compulsive page turner Fuller creates an atmosphere of simmering menace with all the assurance of a latter day Daphne du Maurier The TimesFrances Jellico is dying A man who calls himself the vicar visits hoping to extract a deathbed confession He wants to know what really happened that fateful summer of 1969 when Frances tasked with surveying a dilapidated country house first set eyes on the glamorous bohemian couple Cara and Peter She recalls the relationship they forged through sweltering days lavish dinners and elaborate lies and the Judas hole through which she would spy on the coupleWere the signs there right from the beginning?Or was it impossible to avoid the crime that split their lives open like rotten fruit?Bewitching otherworldlyfull of dark foreboding Claire Fuller is a dazzling storyteller ScotsmanAn atmospheric page turner that speeds us towards a bloody climax of shocks and surprises Irish TimesSinister and suspenseful this gothic novel simmers with guilt lust and envy Mail on SundayMulti layered lush twisty and brilliantly clever Sunday Mirror This was a richly atmospheric and unsettling novel I found it to be incredibly depressing and heart wrenching Claire Fuller has a wonderful writing style and it felt like I was reading an old classic not contemporary fictionFrances Jellico goes to live in the attic of Lyntons a rundown mansion in the English countryside to work and document her findings She uickly becomes fascinated with the couple living in the rooms below her She realizes that she has a peephole in her bathroom and can watch their lives unfold As the summer continues Frances befriends Cara and Peter and uickly learns that all is not right in their complicated relationshipPeter and Cara are the first friends Frances has ever had in her 39 years making her an extremely vulnerable and heartbreaking character I felt so much unease as I read the book and I was not prepared for the devastating ending I love Claire Fuller's beautiful writing and I will read whatever she publishes

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Bitter OrangeA compulsive page turner Fuller creates an atmosphere of simmering menace with all the assurance of a latter day Daphne du Maurier The TimesFrances Jellico is dying A man who calls himself the vicar visits hoping to extract a deathbed confession He wants to know what really happened that fateful summer of 1969 when Frances tasked with surveying a dilapidated country house first set eyes on the glamorous bohemian couple Cara and Peter She recalls the relationship they forged through sweltering days lavish dinners and elaborate lies and the Judas hole through which she would spy on the coupleWere the signs there right from the beginning?Or was it impossible to avoid the crime that split their lives open like rotten fruit?Bewitching otherworldlyfull of dark foreboding Claire Fuller is a dazzling storyteller ScotsmanAn atmospheric page turner that speeds us towards a bloody climax of shocks and surprises Irish TimesSinister and suspenseful this gothic novel simmers with guilt lust and envy Mail on SundayMulti layered lush twisty and brilliantly clever Sunday Mirror The book seemed so intriguing and while the writing was good the story unfortunately lackedeverything From the characters to the actual story nothing much happened I read to the very end hoping that there would be some pay off some action or secret revealed The couple of surprises that were there seemed to be forced upon the two dimensional characters in a most underwhelming way

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Bitter Orange kindle ì MP3 CD ß [Epub] ➞ Bitter Orange Author Join or create book clubs – Eyltransferservices.co.uk A compulsive page turner Fuller creates an atmosphere of simmering menace with all the assurance of a latter day Daphne du Maurier The TimesFrances Jellico is dying A man who calls himself the vicar v A compulsive page turA compulsive page turner Fuller creates an atmosphere of simmering menace with all the assurance of a latter day Daphne du Maurier The TimesFrances Jellico is dying A man who calls himself the vicar visits hoping to extract a deathbed confession He wants to know what really happened that fateful summer of 1969 when Frances tasked with surveying a dilapidated country house first set eyes on the glamorous bohemian couple Cara and Peter She recalls the relationship they forged through sweltering days lavish dinners and elaborate lies and the Judas hole through which she would spy on the coupleWere the signs there right from the beginning?Or was it impossible to avoid the crime that split their lives open like rotten fruit?Bewitching otherworldlyfull of dark foreboding Claire Fuller is a dazzling storyteller ScotsmanAn atmospheric page turner that speeds us towards a bloody climax of shocks and surprises Irish TimesSinister and suspenseful this gothic novel simmers with guilt lust and envy Mail on SundayMulti layered lush twisty and brilliantly clever Sunday Mirror LOVE LOVE LOVE Claire Fuller's style of writing This is one of the few authors who produces writing that makes you need to 're read only to discover even depth the second time around Bitter Orange's uirky main characters have so much hidden depth it left me wanting to understand their back stories just a little than is given away Just when you think you understand were the story is going in comes another twist I read this book with ever changing emotions for the main characters Be prepared for something between compassion and disgust The best book I have read in 2018