Title: Golden State
Authors: Kegan, Stephanie
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 288
Year: 2016
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Language: English
Description: It's not going to be happy-ever-after for Natalie Askendahl and her kin. A teacher and wife of an attorney, Natalie's suspicion that her beloved older brother Bobby is connected to a series of bombings on Californian college campuses, unleashes a torrent of guilt and blame on her previously politically influential family.

Riveting and provocative, this is the story of a family grappling with issues of loyalty and moral ambiguity and the challenges of trying to protect those that you love.

Comments from BDS Reviewers:

"This book is well written with engaging characters. It has an unusual perspective. I did enjoy it."

"An interesting and well-written story with sinister undertones."

"I think everyone will enjoy this excellent book."

"Very suspenseful. I was riveted wondering what each character would do next."

"This book will engender vigorous discussion as people often have a very firm view on the use of the death penalty."

Categories: Fiction, Contemporary, Family Saga, Morals/Ethics, Relationships, Tragedy/disaster, America, 2018 Titles


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