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The Murderer's Daughters by Randy Susan Meyers
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Apr 12, 2010

really liked it

The Murderer's Daughters starts off with two sisters, Lulu and Merry, witnessing their father kill their mother, and then follows the fall-out of that and how it changes both of the sisters over the course of their lives.

I liked that Randy Susan Meyers didn't feel the need to sugarcoat her characters' pain, or their methods of coping with it, and I loved that the book didn't end with everything neatly tied up--it ended like life is, with threads dangling and questions left unanswered.

The journey that Lulu and Merry go through is moving and memorable, and I really enjoyed this one.
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Anna Motteler I thought this looked really good. (:

Elizabeth Scott If you get it, I hope you enjoy it! :-)

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