Her Father’s Daughter: A Novel
Her Father’s Daughter tells the story of a young woman who is the “daughter” half of her father’s exterminator business, “Donovan and Daughter.” But things are not all that they seem on the outside, and the story unfolds quickly for Linda when she goes to one of their major accounts and finds Mrs. Lyons dead, her face being eaten by a rat. The book alternates between Linda’s point of view and chapters that are called “Acts.” What the reader finds out is that Linda’s father is a psychotic, sociopathic serial killer.
I found this book to be an entertaining read that held my interest. There are a few twists in the book, which makes it interesting as well. Since Linda’s mother, Rebecca, committed suicide three days after Linda was born, and Linda was raised by her father, I wanted to know what her father’s grand plan was. Although the book had a climax, it was very quick, and then the book ended without any real closure. This would actually leave the story open for a second or even third book. This is a good book for readers who enjoy murders without too much gore and a solid character cast.
|Author||T M Dunn|
|Page Count||272 pages|
|Publisher||Crooked Lane Books|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime, Thriller|