Cruelty’s daughter by Anna Willett

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Anna Willett was raised in Western Australia. She published Cruelty’s daughter in May 2018, her fifth book. Learn more about the author and her book, as well as ratings and reviews on the latter.

Anna Willett is the author of Backwoods Ripper, Retribution Ridge as well as the bestselling, Unwelcome Guests, and the psychological thrillers, Forgotten Crimes, and Cruelty’s daughter, her latest novel to date.

Anna developed a love for fiction at an early age and began writing short stories in high school. Drawn to dark tales, she enjoys writing thrillers with strong female characters.

When she’s not writing, she loves reading, travelling and spending time with her husband, children and dogs.

Let’s get a closer look now at Anna Willett‘s latest book to date, Cruelty’s daughter (May 2018).


When a young girl is abducted by a notorious serial killer, a woman risks her own life trying to save her.

Mina is struggling to come to terms with her past. Having led a reclusive life, shunning human contact, she decides to take on a local college course to help get her life back on track.

However, when a young girl who tries to befriend her is abducted by a serial killer, Mina feels responsible. She refused to wait with the girl for her mother to pick her up. And she shrugged off the youngster’s fears.

Now Mina cannot rest until she finds out what happened. But as she probes into the events of that evening, her own nightmares start to return. She has put herself in danger, one that leads to an increasingly tense standoff with a cruel and vicious man who will stop at nothing.

Can she find the strength to stand up to her demons, past and present? And will she do so, even if it means risking everything?

CRUELTY’S DAUGHTER is the fifth novel by best-selling Australian author, Anna Willett. She writes in the thriller genre, with added elements of horror. Her books explore how women react to difficult situations. The books are full of tension, physical and psychological, and they are difficult to put down.

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