The Queen’s Daughter

A book review of The Queen’s Daughter by Melissa McCormick Stars: **** Walkerville Publishing (2008)Memoir113 pages Summary: A True Story. On February 12, 1976, six young and beautiful women prepared for a big night out in Detroit. One did not make it home that night. She was kidnapped and held for 12 hours against her… Read More »

Baby Be Mine by Diane Fanning

Stars: **** This book was read for the 2nds Challenge. I chose this book because I had read Gone Forever and liked it so much, I wanted to try more Diane Fanning. I’m glad I did. In one way it’s not a good book because the story should never have needed to be told. However… Read More »

If You Really Loved Me by Ann Rule

Stars: **** Another great true crime novel from Ann Rule. She does such a great job of telling the story but that also means it’s very hard to read sometimes. Realizing what human beings are capable of is scary. Ann discusses this concept in her Afterword. The story is about the murder of Linda Bailey-Brown.… Read More »

Gone Forever by Diane Fanning

Stars: **** This is a true novel of the murder of Susan McFarland. I enjoy true crime a lot. Diane Fanning apparently has written other true crime novels of which I will be reading in the future. She has a great writing style that keeps you entranced with the story. It’s a can’t put it… Read More »