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Date Completed: August 2nd, 2005
The same co-worker who recommended Tell No One recommended this one to me. This one is somewhat of a murder mystery told from the perspective of the child who was murdered and who is now in heaven looking down on her family. The reader is aware of the circumstances of her murder and her killer and shares in the same hopes of the narrator that her killer will be caught and brought to justice. The novel shows the unique perspective of the victim in heaven watching her family cope with the emotions of her murder.
Other books by Alice Sebold that Kerry has read recently:The Almost Moon
Other murder mysteries:The Innocent by Harlan CobenGone for Good by Harlan CobenShakespeare's Trollop by Charlaine HarrisShakespeare's Christmas by Charlaine HarrisGrave Sight by Charlaine HarrisPoppy Done to Death by Charlaine HarrisLast Scene Alive by Charlaine HarrisA Fool and His Honey by Charlaine HarrisDead Over Heals by Charlaine HarrisThe Julius House by Charlaine HarrisThree Bedrooms, One Corpse by Charlaine HarrisA Bone to Pick by Charlaine HarrisReal Murders by Charlaine HarrisShakespeare's Champion by Charlaine HarrisShakespeare's Landlord by Charlaine HarrisTell No One by Harlan Coben