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Preview — My Lost Daughter by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg
My Lost Daughter (Lily Forrester #4)
Lily Forrester is a tough judge in Ventura County, California, who has overcome adversity and heartache to achieve a position where she can help those who can’t help themselves. The current case before her is the sensational murder trial of a woman who tortured and killed her beautiful two-year-old son. Lily is determined to see justice done but she’s thrown for a loop whe...more
The mystery as to who the serial killer was was also very thin. It actually did not make sense in the end. I think it was a way of bringing the new FBI characters ...more
A willful spoiled and deeply scarred daughter must come to grips with both her own self identity and her feelings for her mother. The confines of law school and a mental institution, together with the cast of someone flew over a cuckoo nest provide the setting for Shana Forrester’s explosive experiences.
The dual story line was a bit weak. The primary focus was on Lily and Shana Forester. There was not enough written about FBI agent Mary Steven’s and her ...more
Lily Forrester is the main character here. She is hard ass judge who tries to help those in need. While trying to focus on her courtroom she is thrown for a loop when her own College Girl, Shana starts having wild erratic behavior. Looking like she is going to drop out of ...more
Now they are still dealing with the aftermath all these years later. Lily's career is about the only thing she can be proud of at this point: she ...more
While Lily is occupied with the trial case, Shana is in hell…literally. There is something not right with th ...more
Some of the best written parts of the book were after Lily had her daughter, Shana, committed to Whitehall; and how she was in danger of losing her sanity and her life, but also how she come to both loathe and enjoy her time there, so good.
If I had to pick a favorite character from this book, I woul ...more
The story itself is extreme ...more
I'm not sure what happened here, but I hope for Rosenberg's sake, it was an aberration ...more
Stylistically: Glenn Beck meets Bill O'Reilly meets ...more
Definitely not suitable for anyone under 18yrs. Lets just say there were many pages that I had to skip due to questionable content.