My favourite East End author has published her latest novel, and it is a perfect antidote to these long winter evenings. In "A Sister's Shame" Carol Rivers effortlessly recreates the London of yesterday, and no wonder - Carol comes from a long line of Londoners and is a gifted story teller. Characters my grandmother used to reminisce about come to life, and the East End of London is portrayed vividly: The good, the bad and the ugly. Throughout all Carol's novels there is a strong family theme, carried forward by page turning plots, with a suggestion of an underlying danger. "A Sister's Shame" published by Simon & Schuster, is available in both kindle and book format, and is guaranteed entertainment for readers who appreciate and relish good old fashioned story telling. Anyone who enjoys Lena Kennedy and Catherine Cookson family sagas is certain to love "A Sister's Shame."
Carol's warmth and compassion shines through in all her books. To discover more about Carol, and the London she loves, visit Carol's website, or follow Carol on twitter.