The Sister-in Law review
The Sister-in-Law by Pamela Crane is a story of intrigue until the very last page. I finished this book in only a few days, and found myself looking forward to picking it up again to continue the read.
Middle-aged Harper is the sister of Lane, a mother, and a recent widow. Her life is falling apart, having suffered the loss of one of her children and then soon after her husband in an apparent suicide.
Harper and her two children move into Lane’s house, where he is living with his wife of only a few weeks. A wife that Harper had no knowledge of, even though Harper and Lane are very close siblings.
The family dynamics are uneasy and there is animosity between the two women competing for Lane’s attention and affections.
As they saying goes… “you can choose your friends, but not your family!”
This book will be available in April 2021 and is an enjoyable read.