The Cannibal's Daughter by Mitchell Nelson

The Cannibal's Daughter

byMitchell Nelson

Kobo ebook | June 1, 2014

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Caroline Gillespie is nineteen years old and going nowhere. She has a dead end job, no friends, no family but her distant mother, and no reason to expect things to improve.

And then her father—the supposedly dead serial killer known as Keeling the Cannibal—shows up at her front door. Years ago, Keeling stole, cheated, and killed his way into a vast fortune. Now, the money is lost, and he believes that the key to its recovery is hidden in Caroline's head.

Caroline leaves her mundane life behind to join her violent, unstable father in a search for her long-lost inheritance. But nothing is simple when money's involved. Caroline's journey into her father's past will put her against killers and madmen—and even if she survives, her life will never be the same.

 

The Cannibal's Daughter is the first novel in the Daughter series.

Title:The Cannibal's DaughterFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 1, 2014Publisher:Yellow Ink PressLanguage:English

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fantastic I really enjoyed the book. It moves quickly and there's lots of action. Definitely worth reading. It's a keeper.
Date published: 2015-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from An intriguing and interesting suspense read! The title caught my interest while browsing eBook Stage deals and with the interesting synopsis, I downloaded this for free. Caroline's father was Keeling the Cannibal who was sentenced to death but after his video went viral, he showed up to Caroline to ask for her help. Together they need to uncover the clues to locate the hidden million dollars. As she try to help Keeling find the money, the more danger she was in..... the detective she trusted, a gang called Trinities and even from Keeling. The characters, and the plot were interesting and intriguing. A suspense read full with lies, secrets, deceit and conspiracy. As I got deeper into the story and as more revelation has been revealed, I was kept thinking if the characters were really who they are. The ending wasn't what I expected tho. With the truths revealed, I was expecting Caroline would do something to clear the name of her father and there was no explanation of the significance of the silver dollar. A recommended read especially for those into suspense genre.
Date published: 2015-07-25