Book Reviews of The Good Sister

The Good Sister
The Good Sister
Author: Diana Diamond
ISBN-13: 9780312984687
ISBN-10: 0312984685
Publication Date: 7/13/2003
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
An easy read. If you like easy to get through mystery stories you will enjoy this Kelly Ripa favorite.
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From the very first page of the book, when you are introduced to a very interesting pyschopath, this book keeps your attention.

Just in the first few pages you learn that one sister blinded her other sister's baby doll so that her own doll would be the prettiest; broke her sister's ankle in junior high so that one would be on the field hockey team and the other would sit out the season; and sent out horrible emails about her sister and father to the business world so that her father would get mad at her sister. The one sister also admits that she tried to help kill her other sister. And that's just by page 11!

How can you not go on reading? The writing is a breeze - this is an easy book to read - better than a stale Steele!

Read it just for entertainment purposes - not for any deep meaning. This is a great book to read when you are busy doing other things because it gives you a break from the real world for a while!
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I couldn't put this book down.
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A case of sibling rivalry between two sisters becomes a chilling novel of psychological suspense when one of them is forced to defend herself from a terrifying killer in league with the other. But which sister is the hunter and which is the hunted?
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From inside cover: A case of sibling rivalry between two sisters becomes a chilling novel of physchological suspense when one of them is forced to defend herself from a terrifying killer in league with the other. But which sister is the hunter and which is the hunted?"

This book is very suspenseful and fast-paced, keeping the reader guessing as to which sister is the one who is trying to kill the other.
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very good...I want to read more by her
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A multifaceted, remarkably suspenseful thriller about two sisters.
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One is sugar, the other spice...
To the world, the privileged Pegan sisters are the ideal complement to each other: one sweet-tempered and reserved; the other vibrant and willful. Together they both are determined to lead their global communications empire into daring new territory. As brilliant Jennifer engineers the launch of the world's first private satellite into outer space, glamorous Catherine is drawn to the limelight of Hollywood's movie industry. Each is in her element-and each has captured the attention of two enigmatic men.

But which conceals a soul of ice?
Nobody would ever guess that behind one sister's charming facade lies the bitter resentment born of years of living in her sibling's shadow. Nobody would suspect that soon jealousy will turn to vengeance-and vengeance to murderous rage. Nobody would dream that the woman who possesses everything wants only what her sister has and is bent on evening the score once and for all. But which one is the good sister?
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This book was much better than _The First Wife_. It was pretty exciting and with an interesting structure. The plot, though straightforward, was not that easy to predict and the author did a wonderful job of keeping the reader guessing which sister was the "good" one.
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Quick read, keeps you guessing til the end.
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This one keeps you reading until the end.
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VERY GOOD BOOK ! Will look for more of her books.
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To the world, the privileged Pegan Sisters are the ideal complement to each other: one sweet-tempered and reserved; the other vibrant and willful. This story takes sibling-rivalry to a whole new level.
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Good book, kept me going right to the last page.
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A great mystery. Keeps you interested!
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One is sugar, the other spice...To the world the privileged Pegan sisters are the ideal complement to each other: one sweet-tempered and reserved; the other vibrant and willful. Together they both are determined to lead their global communications empire into daring new territory.
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One is sugar, the other spice - but which conceals a soul of ice?

Nobody would ever guess that behind one sister's charming facade lies the bitter resentment born of years of living in her sister's shadow. Nobody would suspect that soon jealousy will turn to vengeance-and vengeance to murderous rage. Nobody would dream that the woman who possesses everything wants only what her sister has and is bent on evening the score once and for all. But which one is the good sister?

From the back cover.