—Maureen Corrigan, NPR.org
—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
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4 stars!!!! for Erin Kelly's The Dark Rose.
2 tragic characters whose lives and tragedies become entwined.
A suspenseful tale.
This was my third book by Erin Kelly, and in my opinion, the weakest. BURNING AIR, I felt, was the most engaging, despite POISON TREE getting all the accolades. Read more
Erin Kelly writes true psychological mysteries, not action-packed. That suits me. Her endings always surprise. A great read on a cold winter's day.Published 13 months ago by Midge
most disapointed as it is the same as" the sick rose ",which i already have, how can they change a books name ,like that?i like erin kelly's books, i all 3 of them. Read morePublished 16 months ago by joyce russell
I restarting reading this book 5 or six times, and could just not get into it. The style of writing did not appeal to be and was confusing.Published 17 months ago by D. Rotoloni
Another amazing novel from Erin Kelly. I was extremely hesitant to read her second work, having loved 'The Poison Tree' so much. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jacqueline
Superbly written, appropriately dark and yet very minimalistically mysterious, The Dark Rose was an utterly wonderful read that kept me glued to its pages and actually managed to... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
I liked this book because the author did an excellant job of weaving several complex and disparate tales over time and space together to conclusion.Published on January 31, 2013 by ¿Carolyn?
The Dark Rose is about two characters, Paul (older teen) and Louisa (middle-age) working on the restoration of a crumbling historic Elizabethan garden in the English countryside. Read morePublished on December 13, 2012 by Leesha