Saturday, May 31, 2014

Review: A Photographic Death by Judi Culbertson

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A Mysterious Review of A Photographic Death by Judi Culbertson. A Dehli Laine Mystery.

Review summary: This is a wonderful, poignant novel of a family that has faced devastation, the loss of a child. But it's far more than that, a page-turner to be sure, but also a book that in the end asks the reader to consider all that has happened in the past and ponder how the future may unfold for all involved. (Click here for text of full review.)

Our rating: 4 of 5 stars

A Photographic Death Judi Culbertson

A Photographic Death
Judi Culbertson
A Dehli Laine Mystery
Witness Impulse (July 2014)

Publisher synopsis: Nineteen years ago, Delhi Laine's two-year-old daughter disappeared. After a frantic but inconclusive search, authorities determined that she must have drowned, her body washed away from the picturesque English park in which she had been playing.

Delhi's heart has never healed, yet her family has since soldiered on. But when a mysterious letter arrives containing the ominous words "Your daughter did not drown", their lives are once again thrown into turmoil. With her family torn between fighting for the past and protecting the future, Delhi is caught in the middle. For a mother, the choice to find her daughter seems easy. But for a family left fractured by the mistakes of the past, the consequences, and the reality, may be infinitely more costly.

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