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Summary

My daughter is dead. 

My husband and I cling to what’s left of our family, desperate to make sense of the tragedy. But when the sheriff knocks, he delivers news no mother should ever have to hear. Our daughter was murdered. 

And my son is the prime suspect. 

When we adopted 11-year-old Holden, we weren’t wearing rose-colored glasses. But we never could have imagined this. 

They say you can’t pick your family. But I picked mine. Did I choose my daughter’s murderer?

©2020 Anya Mora (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Interesting

It was an interesting book to listen. The plot was moving back and forth between past and present which was interesting, but it was about 40 chapters, a bit long for me.