They were a perfectly ordinary family.
Interesting jobs. Yoga, basketball and trips to the library. Takeout on Fridays in front of the telly and a bottle of wine with their friends.
Until the murder. Chosen as one of the best thrillers of the summer by the New York Times, A Nearly Normal Family is M. T. Edvardsson’s psychological, legal thriller that asks what would you do if your daughter was suspected of murder? How far would you go to protect her? Would you believe her, or the evidence against her? The father believes his daughter has been framed. The mother believes she’s hiding something.
And the daughter believes they have no idea what she’s truly capable of. Could. Not. Put it down!
Brilliant. Macmallan, R299.