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  • 8 person found this review helpful

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    Dark and twisted

    You’re meant to know family the best, but what if the man you know as Dad isn’t the man you believe he is and then you discover that you’ve been shielded from his true nature and even then, no one actually knows the true extent of this man’s personality. Don, he is a character and a half. He’s a smooth talker, ladies man but he can move from smoothie to bully without a breath. Suzanne has her dad on a metaphorical pedestal until his visit to her during her uni years, she only saw the smooth talker, loveable dad in Don. But then everything changes when she finds a photo of her best friend from that time in her late father’s possessions and she wants to know why. It becomes an itch she needs to scratch. And I don’t think she’s prepared for what she finds. The writer has a great writing style, its uncomplicated but packed with intrigue – I wanted to know what was going to happen next to Suzanne and Don. The story has a fantastic climax and for a change, I got to see some of the aftermath to the climax, the “What happened next” to our antagonist! I really wish I could tell Lesley that she’s written a brilliant twisted thriller that I have really enjoyed and I would have loved to have read more from her. Huge thanks to Kim Nash of Bookouture and Netgalley for my copy of The Serial Killer’s Daughter.
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    This book takes you on a wild ride

    The Serial Killer’s daughter kept me reading. It was somewhat disturbing, but believable and therefore, scary and compelling. I enjoyed the writing style and the characters. I would recommend this to anyone who is not put off by some fairly hard core “nastiness”.
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    Great read

    Great read from start to finish couldnt put it down
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    Great read

    I love a great mystery this book kept me on the edge of my seat. It was such a great read & flow very well.
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    Intriguing

    Lesley gradually peels the layers of a life led deceiving and killing many but especially those that the murderer actually loved
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