“Any marriage of that many years has multiple motives to murder. Every police officer and hairdresser knows that.”
In Liane Moriarty’s latest novel, Apples Never Fall, a ‘perfect’ family facade is shattered when matriarch Joy Delaney goes missing. My friends at Pan Macmillan AU were kind enough to send me a copy for review.
Apples Never Fall is exactly what you’d expect of a Moriarty novel: perfectly paced and totally readable, with town gossip and parallel timelines that keep you guessing.
There’s a cast of characters bound together, but each harbouring their own secrets – secrets a nosy detective is determined to uncover.
If you’re a fan of town gossip and barely-founded assumptions, this is the summer read for you.