Blood Sisters by Jane Corry

Blood Sisters

From the bestselling author of My Husband's Wife, a new thriller featuring three girls, one accident, and a lifetime of lies.Three little girls set off to school one sunny morning. Within an hour, one of them is dead. Fifteen years later, Kitty lives in an institution. She can't speak, and has no memory of the accident that put her there, or her life before it. Nearby, Alison, a local artisan, struggles to make ends meet and to forget her past. W...


Details Blood Sisters

TitleBlood Sisters
ISBN9780525522188
Author
Release DateJan 30th, 2018
PublisherPamela Dorman Books
LanguageEnglish
GenreThriller, Mystery, Psychological Thriller, Fiction
Rating

Reviews Blood Sisters

  • Miriam Smith
    1970-01-01
    "Blood Sisters" written by the talented and respected author Jane Corry is an engaging psychological and chilling thriller that keeps you guessing and flipping the pages till the very end!The story does start a little slow in the very beginning, but that can be forgiven as it soon picks up the pace with simmering intrigue that certainly builds in tension towards the end, with a twist that I could not have predicted. Three girls, one good, one bad...
  • Pauline
    1970-01-01
    I really enjoyed reading Blood Sister by Jane Corry, a story of sibling rivalry and half truths. This book kept me hooked and I did not want to put it down. A psychological thriller that kept me guessing until the end. I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for my e-copy in exchange for an honest review.
  • Carrie
    1970-01-01
    Fifteen years ago there were three young girls heading out on their way to school when tragedy strikes the trio. After that day one of the girls has been buried by her parents, one lives in a care home with permanent brain injury and one walked away with the emotional scars of being the survivor of the tragedy. Alison who has gone on to become an artist has never forgiven herself for being the one that walked away from the incident while her youn...
  • Karen
    1970-01-01
    4.5*I enjoyed Jane Corry’s previous book, My Husband’s Wife, but really feel that the bar has been raised with this latest release.Told between two timelines, 2001 and from 2016 onwards, this is the story of Alison and Kitty, half-sisters but so very different in personality that they hardly seemed related at all. “Maybe it would be different if my sister was…..well, more sisterly. But instead, Kitty was constantly scratchy or downright h...
  • Nicki
    1970-01-01
    One accidentTwo women,Two versions of the truthThis twist packed,gripping tale of sibling rivalry,lies,betrayals,abuse,love and hate is set in two alternating time frames and told from the alternating perspectives of step sisters Alison and Kitty.The story of the events before and after the accident are set in 1991 while the other chapters are set 16-17 years later.In the later day chapters Alison has changed her name to Ali,is a art teacher and ...
  • Tammy
    1970-01-01
    Well, if you like your thrillers neatly tied up with a bow this one is for you. I gave it four stars because the intention was successfully executed but I really need to change genres for a bit.
  • Shalini
    1970-01-01
    Real sisters are more important than blood sisters, aren't they??? 3 people : 3 girls growing up to 2 women with an accident in their midst ; misstep or murder?? Why was a kid with learner's license allowed to drive a car?? Where are kids' mothers?? What really happened on that day?? The answers to all these questions is hidden in the pages of this book. This is the basic plot line told in alternate voices of two sisters, Allison and Kitty, in tw...
  • Shannon
    1970-01-01
    I’m unsure how to rate Blood Sisters by Jane Corry. I didn’t care for it much. Also, a bit too long. But maybe that’s because i was bored. I like my books a bit darker. I guess I was expecting more to the “whys”. I’d give 3 Stars. So what’s it about? Three school girls set off to school one day and a terrible accident happens. One girl is dead, another left with brain damage and the other with minor injuries and major secrets. It’...
  • Charlotte May
    1970-01-01
    "Fear. Flu. Call it what you will. But something scary is seeping through my bones. Someone is after me."I'm really getting into the thriller genre over the past few years, and this one was a great one!It begins with two perspectives - that of Alison and Kitty. For Part One we are unaware of how the two women are connected. We are aware that there was an accident in Alison's past involving her sister, but other than that everything is left unclea...
  • Amy's Book Reviews
    1970-01-01
    **Thanks to FirstToRead for providing a complimentary copy of BLOOD SISTERS in exchange for my honest review.**Three girls cross the street. Vanessa dies, Kitty is permanently disabled and Alison appears fine. Fifteen years later Alison leads a mostly solitary life. Kitty, who resides in a facility, lives in her head, unable to speak. Their worlds are about to collide again, when the truth finally emerges about what really happened the morning of...