Wives and Sisters by Natalie R. Collins

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When Allison Jensen was six, she and her best friend were playing in the woods near home. One moment her friend was beside her; then she was gone. When no leads emerged, she was given up for dead. Now, years later, trying to fill in the gaps of a patchwork memory, to make sense of the senseless, Allison still can get no answers from the Mormon community in which she lives. Why is she being fed half-truths? Why is her father able to tyrannize and torment as the self-appointed messenger of God? When a brutal attack on her as a young adult makes her desperate to escape Mormon bonds, Allison finds herself on a collision course with community leaders as they cover up the steps of a sexual predator. She must stop them before they find her and keep her from piecing together the tragic past that has haunted her life.


About Natalie R. Collins

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Natalie Collins is an author and journalist with over 20 years writing experience. She was also an editor for the 2001 and 2002 Sundance Film Festivals. A lifelong resident of Utah, raised a member of the Mormon Church, Natalie lives there with her husband and two daughters.
Published April 1, 2007 by St. Martin's Press. 285 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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A Utah woman is stalked by sexual predators and personal demons.

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Then her mother passed away which made Allison hate her father even more because she felt he was to blame.

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