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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
In Sins of Fathers by Catherine Sue Morgan, Rebecca Bennet is a trauma therapist, but that does not mean she does not have demons in her closet. Twenty years ago, her father raped and killed an unsuspecting girl. The aftermath of that horrible time had her changing her name and identity and restarting her life all over again. But worry about the future has not left her side. Her brother is very much like her father. He hears voices in his head like their father used to. He has disappeared and she can’t find him anywhere.
Soon after his disappearance, a series of brutal rapes and murders begin and Rebecca has a suspicion that her brother is responsible for it. She is not the only one hell bent on finding him. Jack Conroy, a Tulsa Police Department detective, is also trying to find him. Every time he finds a victim, he is reminded of his sister who was raped and killed. He entails the help of Rebecca in working with the survivors of the attacks. In the heat of the investigation, Rebecca realizes that her life is threatened. Can she find the rapist before her life ends? Is it really her brother or is there someone else playing this sick game?
Sins of Fathers was a really good suspense novel. You might think that you have figured out the story, but you will be in for a surprise. Catherine Sue Morgan did a great job in amazing and eloquent language. A really enjoyable novel that must be read!