The Marsh King’s Daughter by Karen Dionne

The Blurb On The Back:

”I was born two years into my mother’s captivity.  She was three weeks shy of seventeen.  If I had known then what I do now, things would have been a lot different.  I would have been a lot more understanding of my mother.  I wouldn’t have adored my father.”

When the notorious child abductor known as the Marsh King escapes from a maximum security prison, Helena immediately suspects that she and her two young daughters are in danger.

No one, not even her husband, knows the truth about Helena’s past: they don’t know that she was born into captivity, that she had no contact with the outside world before the age of twelve – or that her father raised her to be a killer.

And they don’t know that the Marsh King can survive and hunt in the wilderness better than anyone … except, perhaps his own daughter. 

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