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The Killer's Cousin by Nancy Werlin
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Jan 12, 12

Read in January, 2012

This was a very interesting book. The details were fed out little by little encouraging the reader on to learn them all. 17 year-old David, who just escaped being convicted for murder, is sent to Cambridge to live with an aunt and uncle who don't really want him and dislike his parents and their way of life (nothing wrong with it except that they're Jewish and successful). David quickly learns that the family is full of tension and wonders if it stems from the death of his beautiful cousin 4 years earlier. Lily, the 11 year-old daughter, is outright hostile bordering on demented. And as David tries to fit into his new life he sees shadows and hears whispers "Save Lily". The whispers become more insistent as Lily's behavior worsens- and no one will listen to him or believe him.
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