Two Sisters by Kerry Wilkinson blog tour

I have the very great pleasure today to host the blog tour for Kerry Wilkinson newest book Two Sisters. 

TWO SISTERS by Kerry Wilkinson


UK 🇬🇧 http://amzn.to/2pZjCXk 
US 🇺🇸 http://amzn.to/2oH4YCO

They told us he had been missing for nearly two days, that he probably drowned. They told us a lie.

Megan was ten years old when her older brother, Zac, went missing among the cliffs, caves and beaches that surround the small seaside town of Whitecliff. 

A decade later and a car crash has claimed the lives of her parents.

Megan and her younger sister Chloe return to Whitecliff one summer for the first time since their brother’s disappearance. Megan says it’s to get her parents’ affairs in order. There are boxes to pack, junk to clear, a rundown cottage to sell. But that’s not the real reason. 

Megan has come to confront her family’s past after receiving a postcard on the day of her parents’ funeral. It had a photograph of Whitecliff on the front and a single letter on the back.

Z’ is all it read.

Z for Zac.

A totally gripping psychological thriller that will have fans of Louise Jensen, Sue Fortin and The Silent Child absolutely hooked.

About the author

Kerry Wilkinson is from the English county of Somerset but has spent far too long living in the north. It’s there that he’s picked up possibly made-up regional words like ‘barm’ and ‘ginnel’. He pretends to know what they mean.

He’s also been busy since turning thirty: his Jessica Daniel crime series has sold more than a million copies in the UK; he has written a fantasy-adventure trilogy for young adults; a second crime series featuring private investigator Andrew Hunter and the standalone thriller, Down Among The Dead Men.

http://www.kerrywilkinson.com/

http://www.twitter.com/kerrywk


My Review 

This is not like his Jessica Daniels series in fact this is more like the traditional mysteries I remember reading when I was younger.  It isn’t all about the thrills but deals a lot with the emotions of the two sisters after the untimely death of their parents.

I really enjoyed this book as it held a different kind of fascination for me thst I wasn’t expecting. I love the interactions between the sisters even if one of them is more withdrawn.  Also the interactions between the girls and the village people is unique. 

Kerry has done a wonderful job of cleaning out his characters. Chloe seems to me the more difficult one to pin down she is artistic and is a vegan which seems tondefine her to a point.  Everything is about pointing it out.

Meg has the more harsh problems as she seems to be fighting herself all the time.  Whether it’s food or just trying to learn about herself she is the one that I kept watching.  

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