8 thoughts on “In The Spotlight: Nalini Singh’s Quiet in Her Bones

  1. Well, that sounds interesting! And happily it’s available over here, which my other pick turned out not to be, so I hereby declare this one this year’s winner! I like the idea of the cul-de-sac of elites and the cultural aspects sound intriguing…


    1. I’m glad it’s intrigued you, FictionFan! Good to hear also that it’s available there. I really do wish publishers would understand they’d sell more if books were more available in wider markets. But I’m sure there’s a lot about that that I don’t understand. At any rate, Singh does do the cultural aspect well, I think. There’s no agenda, just an exploration of the way the family lives. And the cul-de-sac is a really effective setting for a murder. Lots of secrets, etc.. If you do read it, I hope you’ll like it.

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  2. That was an interesting glimpse into the book, Margot. Secrets are always good hooks, but I’m wondering too if the narrator might be a touch unreliable because his memories are unclear. I like that in a book too. Thanks for the introduction to this author and book. 🙂


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