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The second novel by award-winning novelist Jennifer Quist is a black comedy of birth, death, love, marriage, mothers-in-law—and five sassy sisters. When Suzanne's role as the perfect daughter-in-law ends in a deadly accident, she panics, makes a monumentally bad decision, and upends her world. The bond with her sisters is the strongest force Suzanne knows, and it may be the one that can keep her from ruin. Quist's new novel is a hilarious, spine-chilling, satisfying, and original. A romp.

Publisher: Linda Leith Publishing


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Sep 21, 2018

Sistering, by Jennifer Quist, was a poorly written book. I would not recommend it to anyone. Every written word was ludicrous and totally unbelievable in every possible way.

circlesquare Oct 05, 2015

A crazy 'Romp" as the cover reads. Enjoy the sisters as the author meant them to be enjoyed - for their bizarre behaviour and quirky personalities. They are not real, the plot is ridiculous, and the whole book is an entertaining, well written piece of fun.

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