Last week Jacqueline Ashman was in my hot seat chatting about her novel The Woman Who. Today we’re delighted to be sharing Alice-Jane’s thoughts.
Witnessing a tragic accident brings back nightmarish memories for a young mother she thought she’d long suppressed – an event in her past that shapes her present – but she is not the only person affected by that tragedy… and tragedy begets tragedy.
Who is the woman who kneels with her head in her hands?
Who is the woman who stands at the top of the stairs?
Who is the woman who is flying to Italy?
The woman who knows will never say.
The Woman Who by Jacqueline Ashman is available to purchase in digital and paperback formats.
Jacqueline Ashman has compiled a collection of women’s lives who entangle together in such a profound way keeping the reader desperate to turn each page. The trials of each woman focus on love, betrayal, success, jealousy and strength of character, linking each person with a thread so slight yet ever present.
With the twists and turns always needed in gripping tale, this book easily provides for it’s readers!!
A thoroughly well written and intriguing story! I would heartily recommend this book!
Jacqueline Ashman worked in theatre, radio and television (with credits including ‘Allo ‘Allo, Casualty and Harry Enfield & Chums) before picking up her pen.
Jacqueline is an art-lover, a cat-lover, a weapons-grade cribbage player and drinks far too much tea.