A Nearly Normal Family
Eighteen-year-old Stella stands accused of the brutal murder of a man almost fifteen years her senior. She is an ordinary teenager from an upstanding local family. What reason could she have to know a shady businessman, let alone to kill him?
Stella’s father, a pastor, and mother, a criminal defense attorney, find their moral compasses tested as they defend their daughter, while struggling to understand why she is a suspect. Told in an unusual three-part structure, A Nearly Normal Family asks the questions: How well do you know your own children? How far would you go to protect them?
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I really like the format of this book. It is broken out into three sections. The "father", "daughter", and "mother". It allowed me to each the whole picture from a different point of view. Yet, I was never reading repeated parts of the story. It progressed with each voice; thus keeping the story moving along without growing stale.
I thought I had everything figured out when the one big shocker came at the end out of left field. It will leave you speechless. In fact, I am still a bit in shock and I finished this book a few days ago. I look forward to reading more by this author.