Book Reviews of The Sculptress

The Sculptress
The Sculptress
Author: Minette Walters
ISBN-13: 9780312953614
ISBN-10: 0312953615
Publication Date: 10/15/1994
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 58 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Winner of the Edger Award this is a story of a prison interview of a supposed murderess. A creepy kind of book.
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THE SULPTRESS is an intriguing mystery about a very gruesome crime(the murder of a mother and daughter.) The author provides many clues with 'twists and turns' that will keep you reading and guessing 'who did it,' well into the night. A 'creepy' but good thriller!
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A writer suffering from writers' block has the opportunity of interviewing and writing a book on the Sculptress who has been convicted of brutally murdering her own mother and sister.

A suspenseful, psychological story with plenty of twists.
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This was the first Minette Walters book I read and loved it.

Did she do it or didn't she? You'll keep wondering.....
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What a treasure! Minette Walters has a gift for revealing the raw emotions that lie a scratch's depth beneath the veneer of civilization. The plot might read a bit gruesomely but it's actually an EXCELLENTLY-paced detective novel. The undercurrent of mutual attraction between Rosalind Leigh the writer-detective, left wounded by her past, and an ex-policemen with problems coming at him from all sides is masterful. This book shows you cannot judge a book by its cover, but the cover might not be the opposite of what the book contains, either... This is captivating reading, perfect for a chilly night with a hot toddy beside you.