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Our Book Club Choice
Harriet Lane’s Her

Her is out now in paperback, audio download and eBook. 

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The Bookish Babes from County Louth, Ireland put themselves forward to read and review Her by Harriet Lane.

Here’s what they made of it . . .

‘A book that makes you question who you let into your home and your life.  A combination of superb writing and a clever story line made this a great read.’

‘Not what it first appears – minor incidents which at first appear innocent take on a dark and slightly sinister twist as the book progresses. The dual viewpoints allowed the suspense to build up and encouraged me to read on quickly.’

‘I was gripped at the start, parts of the story were creepy . . . it reminded me of The Hand That Rocks The Cradle.’

‘I was eager to read this book as I felt the jealousy and one-upmanship that can exists within female friendship was rich ground for a writer to sow the seeds of a story’

‘Think Single White Female crossed with Fatal Attraction.’

Many thanks to The Bookish Babes!

Listen to an audio extract of our book club choice Her by Harriet Lane here.

Her is out now in paperback, audio download and eBook.

Harriet Lane

Before the publication of her debut novel Alys, Always, Harriet Lane wrote for the Guardian, the Observer, Vogue and Tatler. She lives in north London with her husband and two children.