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$25 Amazon/PP Giveaway-The Angry Woman Suite-Lee Fullbright-7/6

Wednesday, June 4, 2014



I just finished reading this complex novel which tells the story of a family with ghosts aplenty in their closet. The story is told by 3 generations of this family; Elyse Bowden Grayson (born 1950), Francis Grayson (born 1928) and Aiden Madsen (born 1880). The chapters flip back and forth between the three and it is sometimes hard to keep it all straight.

Grayson House is a large old house which has witnessed much sadness and a whole lot of hate. It is a psychological novel in that it tells of the strange and cruel things done to all the inhabitants and how that is carried forth through the generations. It also is a family whose males inherit Huntington's disease. Family dynamics or lack there of are also discussed. There is a mystery involved and the twists and turns -well the ending shocked me!

I have to say that this is an extremely well written book and I will probably go back and re read it again in case I missed anything the first time around.

Master storyteller Lee Fullbright weaves three unique voices together in her award-winning psychological mystery about consequences. The Angry Woman Suite is a rare and bold novel; a heartbreaking, hopeful marvel.
"They need to be exercised, hearts do ... to keep them strong."
Every family has skeletons, but the Grayson family has more than its share of secrets--and of portraits. Mystery portraits that incite and obscure. Portraits to die for.

An unsolved celebrity double murder in Pennsylvania. A girl looking for autonomy. A young man in search of an identity. An older man's quest for justice.

A plot that pulls and twists.


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Lee Fullbright lives in San Diego, CA, on beautiful Point Loma, with her Australian cattle dog, Baby Rae (owner of her heart). Her historical psychological-suspense novel, The Angry Woman Suite, a Kirkus Critics’ Pick, won a Discovery Award, a Royal Dragonfly H.M., and the San Diego Book Award for Best Mystery, as well as the SD Geisel Award for "best of the best."
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68 comments :

Mai Tran said...

My favorite is Chick Lit and YA. Thanks for the giveaway.

Masshole Mommy said...

That sounds like a fantastic book. I would really like to read it and I'm pretty sure I wouldn't be able to put it down.

Sharon Martin said...

I haven't read this one yet but really want to, hubbie has an he loved it.

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Another psych thriller! Lining this up for the weekend. Hope I can finish it in one sitting. :)

Diane Estrella said...

I usually read YA or historical fiction. This looks like a complex story with lots of interesting layers.

Maria said...

The house seems like it could tell many stories! Sounds fascinating!

Karen Dawkins said...

This looks like another great find! Thanks for sharing your informative review, as always.

Petro Neagu said...

Sounds like my type of book. I love ghost stories even if they scare the heck out of me :)

Dede said...

I'm reading this book in a couple of weeks - had to go "lalalalala" so I could skim your post and not catch a spoiler. Then I saw that you plan to re-read it, I KNOW it must be good!

ReviewsSheROTE Pamela R said...

I'm a big fan of mystery....and I like a good twist too.

Lisa Weidknecht said...

This looks great! I want to read this one. I entered to win!

fashionm4women said...

Thanks for the review. Will check it out.

Ella

Emily Reviews said...

This sounds like a great book to take to the beach or on a road trip this summer.

Kristy Figueroa said...

Sounds like the type of book I enjoy reading most. Your review has now put it on my reading list.

Paula Parker said...

Looks like an interesting book. I have been hooked on the non-fiction lately, but it will probably swing back to fiction. I love book reviews, so I enjoyed my visit!

Heather Jones said...

Shocking endings I think make the best books. I'm in the middle of a book that has so many twists and turns. I'm really trying to read more. This one looks exceptional.

Athena Nagel said...

This sounds like an awesome book. I definitely entered to win!

Emily Ploch said...

Sounds like my kind of book! I love psychological mysteries!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the read and the review! Lee

theroadtodomestication.com said...

Well, the historical factors and the mystery sound great! But it sounds like it might be sad, too! Is it sad at all?

Janelle Shank said...

thanks for sharing, this looks interesting!

Carla WorkingMommyJournal said...

WOW! I love books like this especially when you are able to follow three generations - it really helps bring you right into the plot. What a generous giveaway too!

Kisa Johnson said...

Hmm, well I do need a new book to read! This one sounds like it may be just the one for me to enjoy as summer break gets started for the kids!

Debi Wayland said...

Your book reviews are always so great. And, thanks for the giveaway!

Stace Werner said...

My favorite genre of books would have to be mystery or suspense or thriller... geez, I can't decide!

mail4rosey said...

One of the members of the BOD for a local school here is named Grayson and so that did make me laugh. This sounds like a good book. I just entered the giveaway. Thanks for hosting!

Jennifer said...

This book sounds utterly fascinating! My summer reading list is getting longer with every review you post! lol

celebteenlaundry said...

I've never heard of this book, though it sound very interesting. I think I'm going to add this to the list of books I'm wanting to read during the summer.

Debra Hawkins said...

This sounds like a fascinating story! Something I would love to read!

Dan from Platter Talk said...

Super review here, from you, of another great sounding book. Awesome giveaway as well!

Kung Phoo said...

as soon as i heard ghosts i could not get past that point.. they really freak me out.. i am sure this is a good book.

Kendall Rayburn said...

Ooh! Sounds like a good read! I love books that have lots of layers - books you can enjoy a second time and discover something new each time you read it!

Jenn said...

Love, love, love. These are my favorite type of books to get caught up in.

Natalie said...

My favorite types of books are mysteries but not murder mysteries. I like comedy thrown into the book as well.

Chelsea Olivia said...

My mom loves murder mysteries and is always looking for new ones. I'll definitely tell her about this one!

Catherine| Fit Armadillo said...

Looks like a fun read! I'm trying to get a good collection for a beach vacation next month :)

Elayna Fernandez-Bare said...

It is sad to see what someone's choices affect generations and generations. I was just thinking about my childhood and how I am happy I've broken many cycles and gave my kids a different environment, and I also pray they learn from the mistakes I make so they can improve the legacy, rather than make it a curse for centuries like with the family in this book.

Shannon said...

I like horror.

Renald said...

Romance and Mysteries. Deb P

Kero Pinkihan said...

Another great plot! I am always pulled by book dealign with complex psychology of us women

Holly @ Woman Tribune said...

This sounds like a really interesting book. The name of the book is the first thing that drew me in. I kind of love it. And then we find out it's about a celebrity double murder?!

As for my favorite genre to read... I read a ton of chick lit and light fiction. With so much going on in life, it's great to escape every now and then into a good read.

Krystal Butherus said...

Looks like an interesting book. I'd read this one for sure.

Mary said...

I really like books like this. Even if I have to go back a page to figure out where I am. And I really love the intertwining of three geneerations.

Patricia Figurski said...

This looks like another great book...

Maddi'sMommy said...

The hardest part would be choosing Amazon or Paypal - love both! This book looks like a really good read too.

Felicia Franceschelli said...

Another great book review. Sounds like an amazing story and great read!

Rebecca Swenor said...

Sounds like they would make a great read. These books would make a great movie also.

Daniel M said...

scifi is my fav genre - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

Belle333Black said...

Dystopian

bn100 said...

contemporary

Kari Crum said...

I like to read lots of different genres. My favorites are probably YA and historical fiction.

Megan Parsons said...

I love reading Amish books!

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Tara said...

Love Chick LIt

Cali Willette said...

THanks for the giveaway! I like paranormal. ;)

Liat Gubi - van Dijk said...

yay! sounds very interesting. My favorite genre is fantasy. All sorts of fantasy.

Anonymous said...

My favorite is western romance.
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Juana said...

My favorite reading genre is paranormal romance.

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Allison said...

I enjoy classic literature, but also modern authors like Haruki Murakami--not sure what genre he is!

Lori Franklin Hopkins said...

Mostly horror and paranormal romance/Urban fantasy

Julie Waldron said...

My favorite reading genre is Amish romance.

Claire said...

I like every kind of reading genre except war books and romance books that take themselves too seriously.

Hanna Lei said...

Romances! -Hanna Lei

katieoscarlet said...

my favorite reading genre is true crime

Pixel Berry Pie said...

Historical fiction is my favorite genre. If it has a bit of mystery... even better!

Sherry Butcher said...

SiFi, but mystery, crime, historical and fun books for YA.

KMichelleC87 said...

paranormal romance is my favorite

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Unknown said...

I'm a mystery fan, but I will gladly read any good book.

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