In this, the first book in the Little Girl Lost Trilogy, the reader is taken into the psyche of Sally McFee, whose world is populated by pimps, prostitutes, strippers, a Mafioso and a cold-blooded killer. Sally struggles to balance the indelible imprints of these realities while becoming a passionate wife and a fiercely devoted mother. Like a Phoenix, she faces one merciless reality after another in an attempt to progress beyond her past into a more self-confident, self-accepting, self-actualized woman.
The book is narrated in third person present tense, which draws the reader into the immediacy of this modern-day Greek tragedy. Told in a direct manner with unrelenting language, it is adult fiction punctuated with raw energy, gut-wrenching emotion and graphically blunt dialogue.
About the Author:
Cindy Hanna is a novelist, freelance writer and authors her own website, www.cindyhanna.com, where she posts a daily blog and interacts with her readers. She resides in southern California with her husband and has four children. An avid athlete, she runs races, ranging in length from 5Ks to full marathons and mud run obstacle courses, across the United States.
Published: 27th January 2010