I have problems with this book. I am disturbed by this book… and not in the “this is a thrilling psychological mystery with lots of twists and turns!” sort of disturbing. It was just… not right.
The premise was cheating, adultery, and coveting that which is not yours.
Oh, and murder. Lots of murder. And there’s an old mill that was abandoned because mills that can turn grain into flour can also turn bones into dust… just saying.
If you want a book with an unreliable narrator, I’m pretty sure this book has two.
If you want a book in which women are kind of awful to each other, this book is your thing.
If you want a book where you keep going “wait? what? how does that work?,” get this book.
I do give this book two stars because it was good enough to read to the end. I just… I have problems with this book.
(I received a copy of this book through NetGalley and Gallery Books in exchange for an honest and original review. All thoughts are my own.)