The killer was Anna’s mom, which there was no way to see coming. All the loose ends were tied up by the end though–she was faking dementia, so no one suspected her. She had watched Anna’s friends be terrible to her all through high school, and found the suicide note Anna had written and then burned.
What is his and hers by Alice Feeney about?
When a woman is murdered in Blackdown, a quintessentially British village, newsreader Anna Andrews is reluctant to cover the case. Detective Jack Harper is suspicious of her involvement, until he becomes a suspect in his own murder investigation.
What do you talk about in a book club?
General Book Club Questions
- What was your favorite part of the book?
- What was your least favorite?
- Did you race to the end, or was it more of a slow burn?
- Which scene has stuck with you the most?
- What did you think of the writing?
- Did you reread any passages?
- Would you want to read another book by this author?
How do you introduce yourself in a book club?
Please briefly introduce yourself to your fellow Club Read readers (i.e. first name, where you are from, what you do for a living, and especially: what kind of books to you read!)
How do you end a book club?
There’s no set etiquette to follow when quitting your club, and the situation can be exceedingly uncomfortable for everyone involved. Will a polite email to group members suffice? Perhaps a thoughtful, hand-written letter or an in-person resignation is more tactful.
What makes a great book club discussion?
People often ask what qualities make a book a good candidate for book discussion. Probably the most important criteria are that the book be well written, have an interesting plot and three-dimensional characters.