Dear Daughter, Elizabeth Little

Dear DaughterDear Daughter by Elizabeth Little

After her mother is killed, Janie Jenkins is convicted of her murder based on circumstantial evidence. But her memories of that night are missing. Released from prison on a technicality years later, Janie decides to find her mothers killer and clear her name.

This sharp thriller has an abrasive, irritating, yet sometimes funny protagonist with a final surprising twist right there at the end.

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