The Last Sister - Kendra Elliot - A Short Summary & Review


A short summary of The Last Sister:

The slaughter of a school teacher and his wife uncovers the murderous history of Bartonville.

My favorite Kendra Elliot quote from the book:

"Memory is inherently unreliable. With time, it degrades. With trauma, it fragments. In isolation, it festers."

Questions to ponder while reading The Last Sister:

Have you ever been ashamed of your parents?

What would you do to keep a secret?

My review of the book:

A great little murder mystery.

I couldn't put it down.

A fun rainy day read.


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