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The Girl Without A Name
Dr. Zoe Goldman is back!
It’s a regular day in the psych ward until a strange case arrives. Stranger than other cases that come in- this one has many of the doctors stumped.
A young African-American girl has arrived in a catatonic state at Zoe’s hospital. With no way to identify her, Zoe is unsure how they are going to identify this girl- unless she wakes up and tells them exactly who she is.
When other treatments prove to not work, Zoe and the doctors begin to think outside the box- and one day, a change is made. She wakes up and says her name is Candy. What happened to Candy? How did she get into the catatonic state? And is Candy truly safe? Continue reading
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So normally I don’t get excited about these free preview book things because I don’t have the book yet and I feel as if I read the preview I’ll just either be too excited about the book OR when the book comes out feel all “ehh” because I have to re-read the free preview section. But, I’m throwing caution to the wind folks (side note: when I typed wind- I typed wine first! Freudian slip?!)
So why am I so excited? First, let’s check out the summary of this book- and that may give us a clue:
Summary from Hachette Books:
She helps people conquer their demons. But she has a few of her own…
In the halls of the psychiatric ward, Dr. Zoe Goldman is a resident in training, dedicated to helping troubled patients. However, she has plenty of baggage of her own. When her newest patient arrives – a beautiful sociopath who murdered her mother – Zoe becomes obsessed with questions about her own mother’s death. But the truth remains tauntingly out of reach, locked away within her nightmares of an uncontrollable fire. And as her adoptive mother loses her memory to dementia, the time to find the answers is running out.As Zoe digs deeper, she realizes that the danger is not just in her dreams but is now close at hand. And she has no choice but to face what terrifies her the most. Because what she can’t remember just might kill her.Little Black Lies is about madness and memory – and the dangerous, little lies we tell ourselves just to survive.