My Lost Daughter

My Lost Daughter

Book - 2010
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In Rosenberg's entertaining if at times overheated fourth entry in her suspense series featuring Ventura County, Calif., judge Lily Forrester, a direct sequel to 2009's The Cheater, flashbacks allow readers unfamiliar with the previous book to easily follow the action. Several years earlier, Lily and her daughter, Shana, were raped and their attacker eluded capture. This and subsequent traumas have left Shana in a precarious emotional state. When Shana has a meltdown after her boyfriend dumps her, Lily picks Whitehall, a private psychiatric hospital outside San Francisco, out of a phone book. Without referrals or further investigation, Lily takes her daughter to Whitehall, where Shana voluntarily commits herself. Unfortunately, Whitehall is ruled by a rich, handsome inmate, who's a sociopathic killer, and a greedy doctor who'll do anything to land an insured patient. Meanwhile, Lily's friend FBI special agent Mary Stevens and her partner, Brooks East, investigate suicide clubs in a somewhat more plausible subplot.
Publisher: New York, NY : Forge, 2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780765319036
0765319039
Branch Call Number: FICTION ROSENBERG
Characteristics: 447 p. ; 24 cm

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Jun 21, 2013

This is the 1st book I've read by Rosenberg. I couldn't read it quickly enough to find out what would happen. Totally engrossing. Will be reading more of her books for sure!

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