Sunday, April 10, 2016

Killing Me Softly / Bianca Sloane / 279 pages

First published as Live and Let Die, Killing Me Softly is a tense, riveting page turner.  Tracy Ellis went for a jog along Chicago's snowy lakefront and disappeared.  He body was discovered days later, her beautiful face bashed with a rock.  Police determine her brutal death to be a mugging gone wrong and drop the matter into their cold case files.  Over a year later, Tracy's sister, Sondra, still can't come to grips with what happened.  Using her talents as a documentary film maker, she investigates the circumstances of Tracy's death and life, and uncovers surprising and horrific secrets.


"Regret is a terrible thing to live with."

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