The Doll (Vanessa Michael Munroe, #3) by Taylor Stevens -- I liked the first 2 in this series, but this was the best one so far. I was hooked from the very beginning. Human Trafficking, Worth Reading, High Profile Starlet, Vanessa Michael, Book Worth, Dolls, Michael Munro, Novels, Taylors Steven
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An extraordinarily beautiful Amish woman, a dangerous femme fatale, is the central figure in a story that reveals a dark side of Painters Mill and its seemingly perfect Amish world
The Informationist is the first in a series by a relatively new author. The second is out and the third is due out in 2013. I couldn't put this down and immediately read the second one. Though fiction, Stevens draws on her life experiences growing up across 4 continents in a cult.
They Cage the Animals at Night - I was read this book in 9th grade in a English class. I then got it in my 20s and read it again. This is a story filled with tragedy and positive endings. Grab some tissues, it will pull your heart-strings.
Criminal defense attorney Mickey Haller's father was a legendary lawyer whose clients included gangster Mickey Cohen. But Dad also passed on an important piece of advice that's especially relevant when Mickey takes the case of a wealthy Los Angeles realtor accused of attempted murder: "The scariest client a lawyer will ever have is an innocent client.