The Globe and Mail Says The Painted Girls is Hard to Put Down

Lovely to open The Globe and Mail to an excellent review of The Painted Girls, right alongside the Canadian fiction bestsellers list announcing it has climbed to #4.

“Marie, the middle child, was the real-life model for Degas’s sculpture Little Dancer Aged Fourteen, and Buchanan has created an entire world for Marie and her elder sister Antoinette, sketched in rich detail and teeming with suspense. The Painted Girls is a quick and cinematic read that is hard to put down, destined to be hotly debated book-club fodder across the country.” Read full review