Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Review: Letters to My Daughter's Killer by Cath Staincliffe

5 stars for Letters to My Daughter's Killer by Cath Staincliffe.

A simple yet complex story brilliantly woven and punctuated with heavy-duty words. Thoroughly engaging and emotionally exhausting, I read the book in one sitting and cannot get to sleep after I finish it.

Can we ever forgive those who have done us the greatest wrong? I do not think I can or ever will if the same happens to me.

Publisher: Robinson Publishing
Publication date: 17 Apr 2014


Grandmother Ruth Sutton writes to the man she hates more than anyone else in the world: the man who brutally murdered her daughter Lizzie four years earlier. Ruth’s burden of grief and hatred has only grown heavier with the passing of time and her avid desire for vengeance ever stronger. In writing to him in prison, Ruth hopes to exorcise the corrosive emotions that are destroying her life, to find the truth and with it release and a way forward. But whether she can truly forgive him is another matter – and the letters are her last, best hope.

*Blurb from author's website*

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