I wasn’t expecting this plot line. I thought it would just be a more generic expat story and what attracted me was its setting – Morocco. Instead it has echoes of The Talented Mr Ripley, an obsessive friendship told in alternating viewpoints. Dark and twisted, this book was a bit uneven and I wish the women were more distinguishable and the Morocco setting utilized more. Still, a decent read. .
I love Ripley so this sounds good!
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I’ve been thinking about this one – I like the setting as well, and the creepy friendship sounds interesting, but I can’t decide whether to try it or not.
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