Friday, September 19, 2014

Dear Daughter, by Elizabeth Little

Party-girl Janie Jenkins goes to prison for murdering her socialite mother, but is released ten years later on a technicality.  Her first move is to find out if she actually did the deed by following the clues to her mother's early life  The characters are intriguing, particularly dearly departed Mama, the language and dialogue sharp, and the humor wicked.

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