Title: Woman of State
Author: Simon Berthon
Published: July 17
Price on Amazon: Hardback: £12.08 Kindle: £7.99
One act can change your life forever.
It's 1991 in Belfast, Marie Anne McCartney agrees to do a one of mission or her boyfriend who is a part of the IRA. She's told there will be no violence and she will be okay. She is lied to. In order to survive eighteen-year-old, Marie must flee Belfast and start again.
It's now the present day and Marie is now a human rights lawyer appointed as minister of state for security and immigration. Can she keep hold of her new life or will her old life rear its ugly head?
I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I didn't it very far in this book I must admit only about ten chapters. I found it didn't grab me and entice me to read more and I just wasn't enjoying it. So, unfortunately, I am unable to give a full review on this book. I shall be giving this book a single star as I won't be reading it again and won't be recommending it. I found it very slow and rather boring.
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