Daddy’s Girls by Tasmina Perry

March 12, 2007 at 12:06 pm | Posted in Fiction | Leave a comment

The Balcon sisters are London’s paparazzi darlings. They have wealth, privilege and sizzling sex lives. But only one of them is actually Daddy’s Darling.
Every Christmas Eve their father Lord Oswald Balcon holds a ball for all of “The Elite of Society”. This year while viewing the fireworks display an accident has happened. Early on Christmas morning one of his daughters finds the body of their father lying face down in the moat.
The finger of suspicion is pointing towards his daughters. Can this possibly be true? Who’s the daughter most likely to gain from their fathers death? This is a story of lies, a web of deceit and betrayal that hides a thirty year old secret.
This book Daddy’s Girls is in line with a Jackie Collins novel. I enjoyed it in places, but I will let you make the final decision, was the book good or Bad?
Recommended By Gwen

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