“This is my new normal,” Ami McKay thinks to herself during a phone conversation with one of her many doctors. It’s 2001, she’s in her mid-thirties, and has just been informed she’s tested positive for Lynch Syndrome, a genetic mutation that will make her highly susceptible to various types of cancer.
Trick Mirror covers a wide range of topics, from modern feminism to Fyre Festival, from the University of Virginia’s complicated history to the pressure women feel to get married, from dabbling in drug use to the oft-corrupting influence of religion.
Ruth Ware’s fifth suspense novel is just as riveting and atmospheric as its predecessors. A young woman finds herself caught up in a murder trial when one of the children she has been hired to nanny ends up dead, turning her life - and the lives of her employers - completely upside down.