Girl’s Talk : The Malice

I love Sidney Sheldon and too bad he can’t write any books at all. So next to Sidney Sheldon, I am currently fond of reading Danielle Steel book and the recent one I just read is Malice. It is a story about a woman who was raped by her biological father and was convicted in killing him. His father was a respected lawyer in their town, so all of them believed and biased with him. She was too young at that time and so naive. She thought of her mother’s word to protect her father’s image, she loved her mom so much who just died from cancer, she felt guilty that she killed her father at that night when he tried to raped her again, the night after her mother’s funeral. So she admitted it, she admitted she killed her father without any reason at all.
A lawyer came to her one day and suspected that she has been denying the truth. Later, the lawyer convinced her to reveal the reason why she killed his own father but the day before she was so ready to tell what really happened, the lawyer encountered an accident and died. She was sentenced for so many years.
I tell you, the book is really good. I was even crying right after I am done reading it.

8 Responses to “Girl’s Talk : The Malice”

  1. sheng says:

    i should have a copy of this too…thanks for sharing…happy GT!

  2. Kero says:

    another DS entry! title noted..thank you for sharing!

  3. Vernz says:

    Hi Girl, love these authors they are powerful… too many books too little time… lol..

    mine is posted at Woman’s elan vital

  4. imriz says:

    i agree w/ vernz, too many preoccupations that good materials were set aside:(

  5. eden says:

    What an interesting story! I haven't read any DS book in long time. Thanks for sharing.

  6. ღ Ms. Joy mH ღ says:

    This is very sad…I can't picture of how the woman survived all of those trials, surely a very sad book.

    Anyway, here's mine

    Have a good weekend!

  7. simply kim says:

    i've read a lot of Danielle Steele books but haven't gotten across this yet. it sounds really interesting..

  8. K says:

    a sad, sad story, from the way you described it here. oh i guess i have no reason anymore *not* to read steel. i am definitely starting this week!

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