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Dear Daughter

Dear DaughterDear Daughter by Elizabeth Little

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Delightful novel about a 16 year-old who was convicted of killing her mother. After ten years in prison, she is released on a technicality. She did NOT do it and is hell-bent on finding the real killer.
Ok, so how can this be an enjoyable novel? The character, of course! She’s funny, as she fills us in on her re-adjustments to life on the outside, how she has set up her fake persona. There’s more to her than that, though.
Oh, and she’s brilliant!


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