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The drowned girls

by Loreth Anne White

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The life of a detective is not easy. They not only see the dark side of humanity, they study it. They dissect it. They theorize motives. They delve into the mind of the criminal to determine his justifications. The detective repeats this cycle hundreds, if not thousands of times in her career.

Coping mechanisms become a way of life. Some are healthier than others. Some become dark secrets which unknowingly compound the weight of stress.

Stress has been building within Angie for months. Her go-to method of release doesn’t help. Hallucinations begin. Odd phrases invade her mind. She questions her own sanity.

I loved reading this book. The questions and reveals kept me on my toes. I never knew what was going to happen next. The end brought up unanswered questions and hinted at a bit of happiness. I am looking forward to reading the second book in the Angie Pallorino series. ( )
  Bibliodiction | Apr 28, 2018 |
The life of a detective is not easy. They not only see the dark side of humanity, they study it. They dissect it. They theorize motives. They delve into the mind of the criminal to determine his justifications. The detective repeats this cycle hundreds, if not thousands of times in her career.

Coping mechanisms become a way of life. Some are healthier than others. Some become dark secrets which unknowingly compound the weight of stress.

Stress has been building within Angie for months. Her go-to method of release doesn’t help. Hallucinations begin. Odd phrases invade her mind. She questions her own sanity. ( )
  Bibliodiction | Apr 19, 2018 |
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