Eloise. What secrets did she take to her grave? By Judy Finnigan After her best friend Eloise dies from breast cancer, Cathy is devastated. Eloise by Judy Finnigan. Kate Saunders. October 6 , am, The Times. Cathy is shattered when her best friend, Eloise, dies from breast cancer. But she . It was almost inevitable that Judy Finnigan, one half of television’s ‘Richard and Judy’, a couple who have done so much to promote books and their authors.

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Still recovering from a recent bout of clinical depression, Cathy finds it difficult to cope with the untimely death of her best friend Eloise, a mother of two young children, from breast cancer.

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Of course, Cathy misses her friend badly. This is the kind of book with which I could read through all the negative reviews on Goodreads and agree with absolutely every criticism, yet somehow I still think it wasn’t that bad. October 61: Great read very suspenseful!

And no one in this close-knit community is free of suspicion. Dec 29, Lin rated it did not like it.

But what secrets did Eloise take to her grave? A creepy ghost story. It just wasn’t right for my taste and I truly hate not finishing a book and giving a “bad” review but I have to be totally honest as I am with the books I do enjoy. Cathy, the protagonist, is grating. Considering the publicity for this book has been rumbling for almost all the two years it took to write, I expected a story that held my interest.


Plot was eminently guessable and worked out early on. I found the characters shallow, and don’t think it was particularly well written.

I was drowning in the unending woes of the main character; a wingy, whining, tormented, basket-case recovering from a breakdown, who thinks she is being haunted by the ghost of her dead friend. We have noticed that there is an issue with your subscription billing details. With a history of depression, Cathy is only just recovering from a nervous breakdown and her husband C She was a daughter, a wife, a mother.

Eloise by Judy Finnigan

The allusions to Daphne du Maurier’s work make it more bearable, and I actually quite liked all the rambling descriptions of Cornwall, which a lot of other readers hated.

Eloiseby Judy Nudy.

Unearthed with someone’s long-buried inheritance, the victim seems to belong to the distant past – until new evidence suggests otherwise, and Karen is called in to unravel a case where nothing is as it seems.

Nov 07, Carol rated it it was ok. When Cathy tells Chris of her suspicions about Eloise’s death, as well as her ability to sense Eloise’s spirit, Chris thinks she is losing her grip on reality once again.

Eloise by Judy Finnigan

Please update your billing details here to continue enjoying your access to the most informative and considered journalism in the UK. But after the funeral, she begins to feel that Eloise is still with her and desperately asking for help. Cathy was extremely annoying, almost pathetic.


See the book on Amazon here. Despite reading some poor reviews Finigan decided to give this book a go.

You can read finnign item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Scouring the internet for a suitable partner for Jen, Aiden finds Tom. Everything is “lovely”, “little” and “gorgeous”, sometimes all three at the same time. Chris for example, for a supposed eminent psychologist is incredibly backward and out of date in his thinking.

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Sphere Late Season Christobel Kent. I was very intrigued by this story, the blurb provides just enough information to draw you in and have jud keen to start the story, and the cover is fantastic. The plot, characters, terminology and setting are at odds with each other, supposedly set in our time, yet the writing style and terminology would have been better set in ‘s Britain.