#Bookreview THE ATTIC ROOM by Linda Huber~ 5-star psychological thriller

Barb Taub

“We know more about the air we breathe, the seas we travel, than about the nature and meaning of motherhood” –Adrienne Rich, 1976, Of Woman Born

The Isle of Arran—one of my favorite places in Scotland—is the home of three generations of mothers and daughters in Linda Huber’s new psychological thriller, The Attic Room. The first time I visited Arran (with my own daughter), I thought it was pure magic. So I’m thrilled to welcome Linda to my blog and my review of The Attic Room follows below.

Photos from 5 Events-1 They say the Isle of Arran is Scotland in miniature. It has the castle, the ruins, the standing stones, the sheep-dotted meadows. There is the distillery and the brewery, the mountain, and the beach.

The Attic Room by Linda Huber

The Attic Room

A father’s secret. A mother’s lie. A family mystery

An unexpected phone call – and Nina’s life takes a disturbing twist. Who is John Moore? And…

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