Dear Daughter by Elizabeth Little

Dear DaughterFun debut mystery thriller by a Harvard grad and nonfiction author. A woman is released from prison on a legal technicality, but everyone still believes she murdered her own mother. She isn’t even sure herself but desperately tries to find out what really happened while one step ahead of the reporters on her trail. All she has to go on is a few snippets of memories from the night of the murder. I read it one day – couldn’t wait to find out how it ended. A few red herrings and confusing plot points but worth a read, especially if you liked Gillian Flynn’s Dark Places.

Availability:  COSMOS
Review Submitted by: Lisa Grossman
Rating:  Highly Recommended

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