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Bloody Women by Helen  Fitzgerald
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Sep 01, 11

bookshelves: thrillers-crime, mystery, british
Read in August, 2011

This book was... odd. Catriona is a rather dislikeable woman (with considerable psychological problems) who, when the books opens, is incarcerated having been charged with the murder of her ex-boyfriends on the eve of her wedding. Phew. It is unclear for most of the book whether Catriona is a reliable narrator - suspicion falls on a variety of people, there's a confession or two, and then I felt the resolution came out of nowhere. A backstory was presented to justify this plot direction, but I thought it was a bit over the top and fairly unconvincing.
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