With thanks to the publisher for my copy.
Thank you for stopping by I'm delighted to be on the blog tour for See What I Have Done by Sarah Schmidt. Thank you to Anne Cater for inviting me to join the tour. Today I will be sharing my review but first of all let's take a look at the description for the book...
Just after on 4th August 1892, the bodies of Andrew and Abby Borden are discovered. He's found on the sitting room sofa, she upstairs on the bedroom floor, both murdered with an axe.
It is younger daughter Lizzie who is first on the scene, so it is Lizzie who the police first question, but there are others in the household with stories to tell: older sister Emma, Irish maid Bridget, the girls' Uncle John, and a boy who knows more than anyone realises.
In a dazzlingly original and chilling reimagining of this most notorious of unsolved mysteries, Sarah Schmidt opens the door to the Borden home and leads us into its murkiest corners, where jealousies, slow-brewed rivalries and the darkest of thoughts reside.
I had only vaguely heard about the murders that were committed in the Borden House and I think it was mostly to do with the following rhyme.
She gave her father forty-one.
With thanks to Anne Cater and the publisher for my copy and invite to join the tour. This is my honest and unbiased opinion.