The good daughter

4 stars

This was a good book that kept my attention. Charlotte and Samantha grew up in a small town north of Atlanta. Their mother was highly intelligent and their father was a prominent, albeit disliked attorney that defended some of the worst criminals in the county. When a violent assault shatters the family’s world while the girls are teenagers, it changes their lives forever. Twenty-eight years later another tragedy rocks the small town, causing the family to re-live the nightmare they barely survived the first time.

This book has a lot of twists and turns and builds the tension nicely. While some of the twists are predictable, others are not. It’s a good read that I recommend.