Wednesday, September 2, 2015

The Murderer's Daughter by Jonathan Kellerman

                                                     
                            “Life is like a prism. What you see depends on how you turn the glass.” 
                                                                                  ― Jonathan Kellerman

Dr. Grace Blades has come a long way from her sad and battered childhood. It has made her
into an empathetic and gifted counselor to her tragically scarred patients. Grace has
secrets of her own including her not so safe extracurricular activities.

Enter someone from her past and things turn upside for her. She will draw on her strength
and her upbringing to see her through this. People are dead and memories are haunting. A
unique story line with some scary moments. Grace was a gifted strong willed child and it 
leads her to the adult she will need to be. There are people from her past though that 
still care and Grace will need them. Can Grace save herself? She'll have to try. 
She may have witnessed something as a child that someone has not forgotten. 

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