"It was just a hookup."
Insufficient Evidence
In her latest psychological thriller in the series, Susan Kraus tackles polarizing social and political issues and makes them personal, and pushes our understanding of personal accountability, consent, consequences and a hunger for justice, to a controversial edge.
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This three-book series features Grace McDonald, a 55-year old therapist and mediator, who had a marriage, a husband, and shiny brown hair that did not come out of a bottle. Before her husband was murdered, Grace respected rules and didn't like to rock anyone's boat. Now, Grace is more than a little jaded.
These novels tackle provocative social issues while engaging readers with characters worth caring about and page-turning plots. When you finish a Grace McDonald book, it's hard to let go in your head even when the book itself is back on the shelf. There's always a mystery — but not necessarily a murder. Because, sometimes, dying is the easy way out. It's living that gets messy.

 

A fast-paced, involving family drama that tackles a headline-grabbing religious sect.; Kraus displays a tremendous talent for making even the most unsympathetic characters three-dimensional.; Grace is a compelling fictional creation: a woman who patiently and skillfully explores the tense pressures beneath the surface of the Phelps-Flores case.; Grace explores the subtleties of her own relationship with her adult daughter.; The author weaves a great deal of background information into the story.;

 

A thoughtful, balanced novel, and a great mix of courtroom drama and psychological thrills.; In her debut novel, Kraus, a therapist and mediator, brings acute psychological observation to her storytelling.; Provides multilayered characters, with realistic contradictions and back stories.; She does a great job of explaining the plot's many technical and forensic details.; A therapist becomes the target of a carefully calculated setup in Kraus's debut thriller.;

 

A fast-paced, involving family drama that tackles a headline-grabbing religious sect.; Kraus displays a tremendous talent for making even the most unsympathetic characters three-dimensional.; Grace is a compelling fictional creation: a woman who patiently and skillfully explores the tense pressures beneath the surface of the Phelps-Flores case.; Grace explores the subtleties of her own relationship with her adult daughter.; The author weaves a great deal of background information into the story.;