A Clear Conscience – Frances Fyfield – 1/10 (DNF)

ACC The lives of friends and colleagues are inextricably and inexplicably linked in this gritty London drama. Cath, cleaning lady to the boisterous and happy Eliot family and to Helen West, Crown Prosecutor with a complicated relationship status, receives terrible beatings from her husband.

Unfortunately, that’s about as far as I got into the plot as I gave up at page 102. More than a third of the way into the book I thought there really ought to be a plot going, and if the circumstances are so dire, more of the characters need to be likeable (see When Will There Be Good News).

Thus I record my first “Did Not Finish” (DNF for short).

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