BOOK REVIEW: SOPHIA NASH – WHISPERING IN FRENCH

 

At university, a friend casually observed that those studying psychology tended to be people who seemed the most neurotic personalities themselves. The same rings true for the main protagonist in the novel, Whispering in French. Kate Hamilton is a French-American therapist who is trained to help her clients through their problems, but her own life is in complete disarray. And things get even more complicated when she is tasked with sorting out some issues for her family, including making decisions about a crumbling old villa located in the gorgeous, Basque country.

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