What Kelli is Reading: Tuesday’s Child

My daughter Kelli has been busy reading (listening) to books lately. She asked me if I wanted her to write something up and share the books here on the blog. Of course, I said, “YES!”

The first one she has to share with us is Tuesday’s Child by Anya Mora.

Kelli said:
This book was incredible!  It took a little bit to get into it, but once I was in, I was all in.  I liked how the author developed all of the characters individually and threw a few hints in their that ended up being the opposite of what I thought it was going to be or were completely irrelevant.  In the book, the dad in the main family was in politics and it presented a different look at politics and political families than we normally see.  It was a stark reminder that good people can be found everywhere and unfortunately so can bad people.”

Here is what Amazon had to say:
My daughter is dead. My husband and I cling to what’s left our family, desperate to make sense of the tragedy. But when the sheriff knocks, he delivers news no mother should ever have to hear. Betsy was murdered. And my son is the prime suspect. When we adopted eleven-year-old Holden, we weren’t wearing rose-colored glasses. But we never could have imagined this. They say you can’t pick your family. But I picked mine. Did I choose my daughter’s murderer? Tuesday’s Child is a gripping domestic suspense. Doubt, desire, and the demise of a once picture-perfect family force Emery, wife to a state senator, to live out a mother’s worst nightmare.

Amazon readers gave the book 4.5 stars. Kelli said she would agree.

If you are interested, you can find the book HERE.

1 thought on “What Kelli is Reading: Tuesday’s Child”

  1. Marlene Clausen

    I always like book review by readers rather than professionals. I can tell who is the kind of reader I am and who is not and that makes a difference. I would like to recommend “Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch” by Haywood Smith. It is definitely a “woman’s book” and it tops both my daughter’s and my list of best books EVER for light, feel good reading. There are times we laughed so hard, we couldn’t keep on reading. If you are familiar with the Red Hat Society, they were written by the same author.

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