As a fake physic, Claire is no stranger to fraudulent behavior. But after a traumatic event, she starts to pick up and see things she didn’t previously. When Rena, a young mother whose daughter has serious medical problems, meets Claire on a flight to see yet another specialist for her daughter, Rena feels she might be able to get answers from the physic. These two women become entangled in an unexpected way and their lives will never be the same.
The Perfect Fraud is 290 pages long and took me 3 days to read.
I really enjoyed this book and am giving it a 4 out of 5! The struggles both women face are quite different but when this twisty story comes together it is darkly entertaining.
Thank you, Harper, for sending me this copy!
Here’s to the adventure of finding a novel novel!