Ever had a book that you just couldn't put down? And no matter what else you were doing, you just kept going back and picking it up again, just to read a little bit more?
Well, I've just finished one of those books. It was The Abortionist's Daughter by Elizabeth Hyde. I could tell you roughly what the book is about, but I'm afraid it might spoil it for you.
I'll do a very brief summary of it. A high profile abortionist is found dead her pool. Her husband finds the body, everything points to him, he also has a high profile post. Their daughter is in her first year at university. The story is based around the investigation in the mother's death and how it affects the father and daughter. It is an intriguing read from start to finish, but if you don't like detective/mystery type stories..you probably wouldn't enjoy it. Saying that it was a very good read.