Book Review: The Murderer's Daughters by Randy Susan Meyerscategories: Book, Sisters, Domestic Violence, Family Relationships, Womens Fiction, Family Drama, Family Violence
GrippingI read this in one sitting after getting an early copy. Despite the heart breaking topic -- two sisters surviving witnessing their father kill their mother -- the pages flew by. Watching them grow up, from little girls to adults, I was mesmerized by the different ways they reacted to the tragedy. And yet they were so close, they could barely stand living apart! Amazingly, the book was also funny and wry at times. I recommend this book 100%. I loved these characters.
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