Rock Paper Scissors
by Alice Feeney
PBR Review: (by- Linda )

I was curious, so I entered Alice Feeney's name into Google, and "master of storytelling" popped up. I could not agree more with this description of her writing; she is definitely a master storyteller and is fast becoming a must-read author. This is the second book I've read by her, and I loved them both. "Rock Paper Scissors" is very cleverly written and very atmospheric. The plot is complex and layered, but Alice Feeney's writing style, combined with the short chapters and multiple points of view, makes for incredible pacing and keeps everything easy to read. She also captures the understanding, even if only subconsciously, of not really knowing another person, even your spouse. Adam and Amelia are husband and wife and seriously flawed, with many secrets and lies to be uncovered. So get ready for intrigue, twists, and surprises.

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