Lay Death at Her Door by Elizabeth Buhmann
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Kate Carnbook had her life before her until she saw a man murdered and was raped. Everything should have been cut and dry, after all they caught the guy, except Kate lied. Twenty years later Kate is a shadow of her former self, she has withdrawn and lives in seclusion with her father. When Kate is told the man who she accused of the crime is being released because of new evidence, her life is once more turned inside out.
This story retracts Kate's past and the reasons she did what she did. There was a sadness with Kate but at the same time you were torn with trying to understanding her reasoning at the time. I thought this was an intense story and completely different from other stories I have read. If your in the mood for a gripping story, this is one to pick up.
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