A Slender Thread by Katharine Davis
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
The plot (two sisters, one overly involved with the other to the detriment of her romantic relationship, one with a degenerative brain disease) is rather ordinary, with brief flashes of something different. What was confusing was that Margot (younger sister) and Oliver (her boyfriend) are both artists, even though Margot currently works in a gallery not as an artist. Yet the chapter headings are all about weaving - and the glimpses of Lacey (older sister) working as a weaver are few and far between. Bad editing? Perhaps. And then there was the Big Reveal about Margot's Indiscretion. Unnecessary.