■ REVIEW: Come Yesterday
Lots of twisty fun in fast-paced tale

After living in relative peace for 15 years, Jill Nelson’s world is falling apart.

In the tradition of Desperate Housewives, our intrepid heroine in this delightful story discovers that she’s not the only one with secrets and it seems her deep, dark, hidden past doesn’t want to stay in the past.

On top of all that, her son is out of control and at a time when she least needs the distraction, there’s the bloke who wants to be her lover.

Oh, and the one who wants to kill her.

This is a fun, fast-paced read that has quite a few little twists to keep it interesting to the very last page.

And did I mention it’s fun?

Come Yesterday, by Sue Emms (Hazard Press, $29.99)

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