Book Review: Black Eyed Susans by Julia Heaberlin

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imageFormat: Hardback
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: 11th August 2015
Pages: 354 pages

The Blurb
Seventeen-year-old Tessa, dubbed a ‘Black-Eyed Susan’ by the media, became famous for being the only victim to survive the vicious attack of a serial killer. Her testimony helped to put a dangerous criminal behind bars – or so she thought.

Now, decades later the black-eyed susans planted outside Tessa’s bedroom window seem to be a message from a killer who should be safely in prison.

Haunted by fragmented memories of the night she was attacked and terrified for her own teenage daughter’s safety, can Tessa uncover the truth about the killer before it’s too late?


The Review
Black-eyed susans is the story of Tessa, the only survivor of a serial killer case in Texas. The story jumps between Tessa at 16, before the attack, and Tessa in the present day, as an adult with responsibilities.

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