A gripping read for the weekend
Dahlia is desperate to leave her past behind … one filled with childhood memories of stuffy cars, seedy motels and endless travelling with her eccentric mother. But before she can move on, she has questions for her mother, a woman on the brink of madness. But some questions, she discovers when she goes home and accidently discovers three grave-like mounds on a neighbouring farm, really should remain unanswered.
Alexandra Burt’s The Good Daughter is a slightly slow, but no less gripping, read. Harper Collins, R185