Notes on an Execution by Danya Kukafka

 Notes on an Execution by Danya Kukafka | Book

In the next twelve hours, Ansel Packer will die

He realises what he's done, and now he'll face the same destiny as those females. Ansel does not wish to die; instead, he wishes to be remembered and understood.

This isn't, however, his tale

Three ladies investigate the history of a catastrophe and the lengthy shadow it throws as the clock ticks down. Ansel's mother, Lavender, is a seventeen-year-old girl who has been pushed to the brink of despair. Hazel, his wife's twin sister, is unable to stop the bond from devouring them all. And Saffy, the hot-on-his-tail investigator, is dedicated to putting evil guys to justice but still trying to see her own life clearly.

This is the tale of the ladies who have been left behind

Notes On An Execution, a chilling portrait of womanhood that unravels the familiar narrative of the American serial killer, interrogating our cultural obsession with crime stories, and asking readers to consider the false promise of looking for meaning in the minds of violent men, combines breathtaking suspense with astonishing empathy.

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