The Sisters Chase

by Sarah Healy

Quick take

Mary is clearly emotional and impulsive—or is there a method to her madness, a reason for her choices?

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How far would you go to protect your younger sister? Which secrets would you keep, and what crimes would you commit?

When their mother dies in a car accident, the Chase sisters are left unmoored. Wit...


The hardscrabble Chase women—Mary, Hannah, and their mother Diane—have been eking out a living running a tiny seaside motel that has been in the family for generations, inviting trouble into th...

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  • "I loved this book. Mary was not a nice person but she so loved her sister. I love how the author wrote about Hannah. It made you love her. Many twists and turns. "

  • "I enjoyed the book, reading it in 2 days. It brought many emotions, sadness and happiness."

  • "Mary's devotion to Hannah jumps off the page and compels you to keep reading. I was thoroughly engaged and really enjoyed the story. "

  • "While I guessed the twist early on, this book kept me hooked because of the fierceness of Mary's devotion to Hannah, all while she did horrible things to everyone else."

  • "I completely guessed the ending in the beginning, but that did not stop me from thoroughly enjoying this book. Strong writing and I loved Mary's intense love and devotion to Hannah."

  • "This was a moving tale. The ending made me sad. I wanted everything to work out differently between the characters. "

  • "I read this book in one long sitting- it completely sucked me in! The characters were fierce and story moved quickly. While I guessed the twist, I was on the hook to see how and when it got revealed"

  • "I could NOT put this down. Mary may have been a bit unorthodox, but it is hard not to love her as much as she loves Hannah (which is to say, quite a bit)."

  • "Engaging from the very first page."

  • "Although I thought I knew what the ending would be, I was still surprised. Great reading!"

  • "The devotion to Hannah was fierce and I just loved it."