THE GLASS WOMAN by CAROLINE LEA – Our Review
1686 Iceland…poor Rosa is betrothed to a virtual stranger in a remote village far from home. She has to navigate this new lonely world with its crushing religion, superstitions and outright hostility towards her. There are rumours about Jon’s past wife and no-one will shed light about her death. Brilliant and atmospheric story for those who liked Burial Rites and Wolf Winter.
Wonderful descriptions of the breathtaking beauty of Iceland, a page turning thriller, with unexpected shocks along the way, so bundle up against the cold and enjoy this ripper read.
Review by Sue @ Great Escape Books.