The Darkening Hour Review

“When Theodora Gentleman employs Mona as a maid and companion for her sick father (Alzheimer’s) all is light and breezy.  Mona is employed under an agreement where if she doesn’t work for Theodora then she must return to her native Morocco where poverty, a young child and a sick mother await. They hit it off straight away. But over time jealousy and paranoia take their hold and their relationship deteriorates – frighteningly so – to the point where one may actually commit murder. Or murders as the case may be.”

 

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