Dear Daughter by Elizabeth Little is about a young woman who is accused of killing her mother. After years of being in prison, she gets out on a small technicality. Most of the public thinks she is guilty. She goes back to the small town she lived in with her mom to find out who really did it. There is a small reward for anyone who spots her that is given by the press.
This book was in PEOPLE magazine for one of the books of the week. It’s pretty good in parts, but to me there was just not enough action in it. That being said, it is well worth the read and the ending is very good!
(Gerard's review, 4 stars)
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