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Publisher's Summary

USA Today best-selling author of The Girl Who Lied.

Alice: beautiful, kind, manipulative, liar.

Clare: intelligent, loyal, paranoid, jealous.

Clare thinks Alice is a manipulative liar who is trying to steal her life.

Alice thinks Clare is jealous of her long-lost return and place in their family.

One of them is telling the truth. The other is a maniac.

Two sisters. One truth.

©2017 Sue Fortin (P)2017 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

Critic Reviews

"I would definitely recommend this if you love psychological thrillers." ( Stardust Book Reviews)
" Sister Sister has everything - conflict, family secrets and betrayal, all of which go to make it thoroughly deserving of the five stars I've given it." ( Brook Cottage Books)
"A truly absorbing psychological thriller." (Joan Hill, Reviewing Recommended Reads)

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-06-2017

made me scream in annoyance

Firstly, the narrator was fine except for the terrible American accent and the way she said fam-i-ly which drive me crazy.
spoilers below



The story, however, was ludicrous and the main character was a wimp. Why did she never confront her husband? any normal person would've asked him why he believes a woman he barely knows over his own wife. The husband goes from sweet and concerned to borderline abusive, swearing and calling her "f*ed in the head",etc. And instead of telling him off, she just takes it. When Alice clearly begins showing her true colors, Claire still keeps doubting herself and then when she confronts Alice, she never gets proof. Why doesn't she just take some pictures on her phone? Set up a hidden camera? Demand a DNA/paternity test? Take her kids and leave? When Alice is in the hospital, wait till her mother comes and show her the wrong eye color?
The ridiculous way the main character acts and lack of simply talking clearly to her family make the whole book incredibly annoying and difficult to listen to.

10 of 10 people found this review helpful

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  • ashley
  • 31-05-2017

Most frustrating book ever...weak woman...again.

My description says it all. Not boring, bit worse, frustrating, and the main character needed to get some guts. Sigh....not how i would have handled the situation. OY

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  • Lisa Norman
  • 17-06-2017

I agree with most reviews

The book is worth a listen, for sure. I haven't read anything from Fortin prior to this and I love psych thrillers. There are some "holes" but, not enough to throw off the reader/listener. I enjoyed the ride

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  • Alicia Pettigrew
  • 15-06-2017

Characters were unbelievable

The plot was decent and I thought the narrator did a good job, but I could not get past the way the main character's family, particularly her husband, treated her or how she didn't even care! It was very unbelievable.

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  • nd
  • 11-06-2017

I thought I had it figured out...

I thought I had it figured out and then I got a surprise I really didn't see coming. I felt a bit disappointed and also that there were some story holes. But very good just the same. Definitely recommended listening.

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  • noyb
  • 28-07-2017

At first predictable, but shocking ending!

Great story, well woven tale. what at first seemed very predictable, was actually full of twists!

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  • vzjmichael
  • 18-07-2017

This book was exceptional!

Every part of this book was great. The story line, character development and suspense. I could not put it down.

I would recommend to book clubs and anyone looking for an exciting read..

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  • Cynthia Sanders
  • 16-07-2017

Loved it!

I couldn't stop listening, I just had to know what was going on and was uncertain until the end. The reader did a beautiful job. She read with different accents and was very emotional and dramatic!

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  • Courtney
  • 11-07-2017

Spicy and juicy

Oh good ..finally found one that kept my interest this month. Good listen, great characters... The American accents needed a bit of polishing but other then that. Great story!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-07-2017

Captured

The storyline will capture you from the start. Love love the narrator. The UK accent is my new favorite.

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  • Annette Wright
  • 07-05-2017

Good thriller, more than expected

Shortly after starting this book I knew what was going on. I continued listening though and it was an entertaining story, despite knowing the ending... However, I didn't know the ending and it was more complex than I had guessed. I was glad to be surprised and it certainly added to the book. A decent psychological thriller.

Helen Keeley does a great job of narrating this story. She's engaging and entertaining.

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  • Oops 66
  • 01-05-2017

Very good read

Kept me guessing to the end. Good page turner. Well written. Shall definitely look for more from this writer.

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  • Clique19
  • 21-04-2017

A lot of twists & turns

Overall I enjoyed this book. There were a number of good twists and turns to keep me intrigued. The end was not disappointing, but highlights that life can be very complicated! The narration was pretty good.

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  • George Taylor
  • 14-06-2017

Best read

Keeps you guessing and wanting the next page really good. Have a go its great



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  • Amazon Customer
  • 23-05-2017

Truly absorbing

A story that keeps you engaged from the first minute to the last. Excellent!!

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  • ROSECLAS
  • 04-05-2017

Glad the ordeal of listening is over!!!!

Would you try another book written by Sue Fortin or narrated by Helen Keeley?

No

Has Sister Sister put you off other books in this genre?

No but this was so predictable and not realistic

What three words best describe Helen Keeley’s performance?

boring
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no emotion

If this book were a film would you go see it?

no

Any additional comments?

It was predictable, not even realistic in places, a solicitor who finds evidence but takes no pictures? No really was expecting good things but no I am let down and disappointed as I love to rave about new books.

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  • Pootle_around
  • 21-05-2017

So much potential...

Well narrated but story lacked...something. It was blatently obvious early on what was going on with Alice. Would have been more entertaining if it had been more subtle and part of the twist. The reactions of Clare's closest friends and family were cringingly unrealistic when Clare raised her suspicions. The ending could have been so much better. Instead, it felt rushed and turned out to be a huge anticlimax.

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  • sliceandserve
  • 21-05-2017

Well-paced predictable paint-by-numbers 'thriller'

I have absolutely no idea how people can say this was gripping and surprising? This is a formula plot, with the 'bad character' and supporting cast easily spotted in the first few chapters. Even the detail dropped in as background was verging on 'neon signpost' obvious. Thriller 101, this paint-by-numbers mystery is light entertainment. The protagonist is an annoying female, who seems a little slow on it. The husband and mother feel unrealistic and weirdly cliche; no one wld actually respond to these events like they are portrayed in this novella.

Keeley is an adept narrator and her well-paced, nicely toned, narration is lovely to listen to.

Its a light, easy listen... it's not a mystery unless you are trying really hard not to see all clunky clues. Like I have said, its perfectly acceptable pap for the masses. A fine read if you are looking park your brain - I found it perfectly suited for my morning commute as no brain-cells required.

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  • Ninecatz
  • 05-05-2017

Meh...

Enjoyed it up until Clare realises who the baddie is , and promptly lets him know while they are alone... after that I got bored. Guessed a lot of the story... a bit of a rushed ending.

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  • Nina
  • 06-04-2018

gripping

Defo worth a read. fairly easy to work out. But still a good listen. Good easy to follow story