Purple Kitty – a Review

Serena McKay is a female detective with an ugly past, but this awful past has made her into the strong and sarcastic detective in search of justice that she is.

purple-kittyThree different storylines are intertwined. First storyline: Serena takes on the case of a missing child. When Serena first meets the mom, she notices that the mom won’t let go of a stuffed purple kitty that belongs to the child. Against her better judgment, Serena agrees to search for the child and discover what happened to her.

Second storyline: So we understand just why Serena acts like she does, her thoughts back to her own past take on the part of another storyline. We see the abuse she suffered through as a child, the hurt she feels from an uncaring mother, and then how she is healed through the action of adoptive parents who took her in after she was deserted by her biological mom. Her experiences at the police academy also play heavily into how she behaves.

Third storyline: There is a sadistic killer roaming around, one that is sending verbal threats to Serena. Even though the one she knows the threats are from is supposed to be locked up in a maximum-security prison that is impossible to escape from, it has to be him. Serena is the only one that escaped his clutches years ago. She is the one who had him put away. Now she is afraid he has escaped and is coming after her.

Child abuse, pedophilia, rape, murder, friendship, and love can all be found in the pages of Purple Kitty. With twists and surprises around every corner, this is a book that will keep your attention from the very first page until the last.

I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. If you would like to read this book yourself, I’ve provided an Amazon link for you below.

Amazon Link: Purple Kitty

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imagination, illusion, pixabayFavorite Sentences:
Have we become so very calloused as a society that the death of a small child goes unnoticed?

Unlike other supermax structures boasting 12-foot high perimeters with razor-wire reinforced fences, this prison used mountain walls to ensure prisoners don’t escape the single entrance-slash-exit.

His nasty, malignant tendrils spread everywhere, destroying the good parts of life.

chariss-k-walkerAbout the Author:
Chariss K. Walker writes both fiction and nonfiction books with a spiritual component. Her fiction expresses a visionary/metaphysical message that illustrates growth in a character’s consciousness utilizing a paranormal aspect. Her nonfiction books share insight, hope, and inspiration.

Even though Chariss writes dark fiction about insanely dark topics, such as sexual abuse, incest, pedophilia, sexual assault, and other inappropriate dinner conversation, there is always an essential question of the abstract nature that gives a reader increasing awareness and perception.

All of her books are sold worldwide in eBook, paperback, and many are in large print. Chariss currently lives in Amarillo, Texas. You can learn more about her at chariss.com.

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