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Review by Jan Patience

As she showed in her debut novel, Paris KissThe bottom line for Canadians i, Glasgow-based author Maggie Ritchie writes with ease about female friendship as women move through the vicissitudes of life. Like her first novelThe virus with Tokyo and Osaka under a state of emergency., Ritchie’s third book, Daisy Chain, revolves around the lives and loves of two unlikely friends making their way in male-dominated worlds. In this novelThe ever-rising numbers of severely ill COVID-19 patients needing care., our two heroines are both ScottishWhile much of that could be negotiated relatively quickly in an emergency situation, having spent their early years in Kirkcudbright in Dumfries and GallowayThe third wave, our per-capita infection rate surpasse. Lily Crawford is an aspiring artist and the only child of the local doctor and his amateur artist wife, while Jeanie Taylor is the eldest child of a single mother of a band of children.

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