Here are a few of the reviews for The Caregiver on Amazon.  You can see them all here:

the fine art of telling a tale,December 16, 2014

This review is from: The Caregiver (Paperback)
BE WARNED: For those anticipating run-of-the-mill, mainstream writing, this will not fulfill you. However, for those who appreciate genuine literature, the fine art of telling a tale, “Caregiver” will leave you complacent and fulfilled. It’s a quiet story, a heartfelt story, the kind most modern publishers would shrug away, but by gosh, here it is, alive and well, and ready to be absorbed. Lillian Thomas and Ellen Wilmont will draw you into their world, thanks to Casale’s skillful, tender writing. This reviewer can’t recommend it enough. What are you waiting for? Do yourself a favor. Order it today.
… read this exquisite page-turner about a woman and her love of a house November 19, 2014

Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
What a pleasure to read this exquisite page-turner about a woman and her love of a house… Great characters. Set in Central Jersey. A storyline that is not predictable. I fell in love with this book. Make a cup of tea, sip it slowly and enjoy The Caregiver. Heartily recommended.
A tale of family and sanctuary. April 28, 2015

Format:Kindle Edition
Maria Casale is a storyteller. She draws us into a tale we will not forget. Lillian, the live-in caregiver is enchanted by the home, the primary character, of her new client, a dying, selfish old woman, who, in Lillian’s mind is undeserving of her pedigreed life and the splendor of this sanctuary, its rooms restored and garden lovingly tended by Lillian. Enter an unloved daughter and a young menacing granddaughter. Tightly braid these four women together in the confines of the house, each woman with her own tangent, add surprises and fear and you have a page turner you can’t put down.

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