Here is the latest chapter in the life of Rebekka Franck. It's the story of how important it is to be accepted for who we are while growing up. It's a tough story that is very close to my heart.
Get Thirteen, Fourteen ... Little boy Unseen (Rebekka Franck #7) here.
Alexandra wasn’t delicate and petite like all the other girls. She didn’t want to wear dresses or play with dolls. In school she was mocked and people thought something was wrong with her.
They all thought they were doing what was best for her. The pastor, the therapist, the doctor and especially her parents thought they were only helping Alexandra when forcing her to wear dresses, act like a girl and play with dolls instead of cars.
Twenty years later a string of strange deaths occurs in Karrebaeksminde. The bodies’ genitals are mutilated. The men are dressed as women and women are dressed as men.
Rebekka Franck is back at Zeeland Times when the first bodies appear and soon she realizes a ruthless serial killer is roaming the streets of the small coastal town. A killer with a message.
Thirteen, Fourteen … Little boy unseen is the story about how being accepted for who you are while growing up is vital for any child. It is the seventh book in Willow Rose’s bestselling Rebekka Franck-series.