The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield

Thirteenth TaleI can often see the “twist” in a story long before it is revealed, but this one caught me sideways! Elderly writer taps a young woman to write her life’s story, but the older woman is known to make up “stories” as real life, and the young writer is interested in the project only if Ms. Winter promises to tell the “truth”. Described as a gothic novel, I was immediately pulled into this telling of a tale.

Highly recommend for a light yet thought provoking read.

Review Submitted by: Michelle Marble
Rating: Highly Recommended

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