Tiny Little Thing
Beatriz Williams is back with another novel jammed packed with secrets, tension, hidden desires, and a twisty plot that will keep readers turning pages. Williams has become well known for her fast paced narratives and well drawn characters. While Tiny Little Thing is a bit slower to unfold in comparison to Williams’ previous works, it still features vivid historical detail and sympathetic characters who dare to dream outside of the roles life has dealt them.
Christina “Tiny” Hardcastle is the perfect politician’s wife. She was selected by the scheming Hardcastle family for their rising star of a son, Frank. Fated to storm the White House, Tiny’s destiny is lashed to Frank’s even though she is attracted to someone else entirely. The novel is told from Tiny’s point of view in 1966, while scenes from 1964 are narrated by Hardcastle cousin, Caspian Harrington, who shares a hidden past with Tiny. As the plot unfolds, well-kept secrets are revealed and Tiny must make hard decisions with far reaching consequences.
Tiny Little Thing is an intriguing historical, so don’t expect a daring thriller. However, readers who enjoy family intrigue, nuanced characters and a riveting plot line must read Tiny Little Thing.
|Page Count||368 pages|
|Publisher||G.P. Putnam's Sons|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|