Does anyone have a right to murder people who commit heinous crimes against women? This novel will get readers thinking. Although the end is a surprise, the murderer is known throughout, but Clara Donner, the detective investigating must follow the clues.
As a book club selection, this novel will surely generate interesting discussions as there is so much to explore. However, does the basic story make for a great standalone read? That depends on if the reader can get past its one glaring flaw.
When we think about Easter baskets, we often think about jelly beans, chocolate eggs, malted eggs, and of course, colorfully decorated hard boiled eggs. How about adding a short story or two in the basket with those candies and eggs?
Have you ever experienced deja vu? What if what you were thinking wasn't just strangely familiar, but was a suppressed memory from your past? What if that memory was dangerous enough to get you killed?
Former Police Chief Katherine Sullivan is drawn into a case by her deceased husband's former partner, Nathan Walker. The duo find they must look into past generations before they can focus on who killed the young gallery worker found on an art collector's estate.