A superbly crafted novel, compelling in its portrayal of character and in the fast moving drama of an unfolding investigation. A thoroughly enjoyable book and highly recommended.
Katharine Lillico's latest novel demonst ates her skills of writing in a lucid prose style and skillfully handling a wide range of well developed characters. Drawing on her long career in the criminal jutsice sytem the plot, centring on a miscarriage of justice has a ring of authenticity.
Gregory Mortimer,a peripatetic music teacher is imprisonered for alleged child abuse. Around this event the lives of Joanna, a divorcee stalked by her ex-husband, Marie, a school teacher and Lucy Flynn, an investigative journalist are protagonists or victims in a complex but fast moving ploi involving love, betrayal and murder. Lillico maintains tension and msytery in bringing a complex narrative to clkmax. If you like the work of R.D.Wingfield or Ruth Rendell you wil enjoy 'A Triangle of Circles.'
by James Watson