Purple Sage published a review of the book:
“The novel is both murder mystery and fantasy, and there is a third genre I will assign to it as well—it’s a radical feminist novel. That is, it’s a novel that describes male violence against women and the power of sisterhood in a way that only a radical feminist can. …I can’t help thinking that there may be more truth in this novel than in the explanation that a woman died from a cracked skull from doing yoga. How many times has a man’s fiction been recorded as fact by other men while the truth, spoken by a woman, is considered fictional?”
About the book:
Did Riva Pine die of yoga? Or was her death the result of something more likely, and more bizarre? In search of answers, her sister Becky is drawn into a true-crime supernatural thriller that takes her from Long Beach, California to the Languedoc region of southern France with a group of mysterious nuns.
Renegade Nuns: Sisterhood is Powerful
A novel by Lisa Jones