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Thursday, 18 September 2014

Dear Daughter by Elizabeth Little

Dear DaughterDear Daughter by Elizabeth Little
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is one hell of a good thriller/mystery.

I have traveled around with this book on my Kindle today as I had a lot of 'waiting in the car' to do at the hospital car park! I many times forgot where I was because I was so lost inside the covers of my Kindle. The way this author writes is hypnotic. I was glued.

It starts with Janie being released from prison. She had been accused of murdering her Mother.

Through the pages you don't know if she was in prison because she did kill her or if she didn't. I was totally hooked. I was so annoyed when my daughter came out ready for me to move off to the next destination in the car, I wanted to move to the next destination in the book!

I was totally.........what! at the end of this book. I really didn't want it to end.

God knows what I am going to read next that matches this.

I would like to thank PENGUIN GROUP Viking via Net Galley for allowing me to read and review this lovely book. I've had hours of pleasure. Highly recommended.

'As soon as they processed my release Noah and I hit the ground running. A change of clothes. A wig. An inconspicuous sedan. We doubled back once, twice, then drove south when we were really headed east. In San Francisco we had a girl who looked like me board a plane to Hawaii.

Oh, I thought I was so clever.

But you probably already know that I'm not.'

LA IT girl Janie Jenkins has it all. The looks, the brains, the connections. The criminal record.

Ten years ago, in a trial that transfixed America, Janie was convicted of murdering her mother. Now she's been released on a technicality she's determined to unravel the mystery of her mother's last words, words that send her to a tiny town in the very back of beyond. But with the whole of America's media on her tail, convinced she's literally got away with murder, she has to do everything she can to throw her pursuers off the scent.

She knows she really didn't like her mother. Could she have killed her?

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