‘Seven Sisters’, a psychological thriller by Katherine Kovacic, takes domestic violence to a new level when women exact revenge for their lost sisters who were all killed by their respective partners. Seven murders are surprisingly easy to accomplish when everyone provides alibis for each other.
Lenny wants to ignore her past and continue teaching through the day and at night playing scrabble with a pretend housemate, watching reruns of Friends and rearranging her 36 copies of The Hobbit, but her past does catch up with her and her life starts to unravel. Kerryn Mayne has written a funny, tender story with a character you will come to care about in ‘Lenny Marks gets away with murder …or does she’.
Jan Goldsmith and David McLean