At first, you can’t quite put your finger on it, but as the story unfolds, you realize that Kate, the protagonist, might not be the good girl society demands her to be. In fact, she’s a vengeful, unrepentant murderer who escapes suspicion, even in the midst of mounting evidence, because no one expects the college-educated baker to mercy-kill her mother.
“I Really Couldn’t Relate to The Murdering Psychopathic Main Character”
Felicia C. Sullivan
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This sounds way more interesting than Kate being relatable!

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