The Ghost at the Table by Suzanne Berne: Book Review

Get lost in a family drama – reviews The Ghost at the Table by Suzanne Berne (Fig Tree)

Two sisters remember their family past very differently.

When Cynthia reluctantly visits Frances for a snowy Thanksgiving, she finds their long-estranged father will be in residence.

A week ensues that brings up past griefs and family tensions and makes for a wonderfully poignant, beautifully observed, yet quietly sinister story.

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