NO. NO. NO. The girls…
Secrets do not stay buried. The past catches up with you.
Twenty eight years later and the memories of the past are brought back to Charlotte. Charlie is a pit bull. She doesn’t run from danger…she runs toward it.
WOW Karin, from ones horror to another. People can turn into rabid dogs, unable or unwilling to control themselves. The bad guys…deserve to be buried under the jail, wiped off the face of the earth.
OMG. This book is terrifying. My mistrust of police officers is reinforced after reading this up close look at corruption in law.
The Good Daughter is a wickedly evil look into the human psyche and all its ugliness…Yet…some characters goodness will shine through.
I was so enraged in the first seventy pages…so into the book, that even though I went on a road trip and it wasn’t convenient to take notes, I couldn’t stop reading.
I laughed, I cried, I hated, and I loved.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter.