Forgiving My Daughter’s Killer: A True Story of Loss, Faith, and Unexpected Grace by Kate Grosmaire Review

Hello again, everyone! Tonight I’m reviewing a new book, and this time a new release from Thomas Nelson, Forgiving My Daughter’s Killer: A True Story of Loss, Faith, and Unexpected Grace by Kate Grosmaire.

This book was a very interesting read. The book explains the true-life events that surrounded the death of Grosmaire’s daughter Ann, on March 28, 2010. The news which changed Grosmaire’s life forever,“Ann has been shot.” And the second was the dumbfounding addendum: “Conor was the one who shot her.” Her daughter had been killed by her longtime boyfriend, a young man they considered their own son, Conner.

In a tale more tragic, more brokenly beautiful with each page, Grosmaire tells the story of her daughter’s murder at the hand of her boyfriend—and the stunning, unthinkable, hard-forged-in-faith forgiveness that helped Grosmaire and her husband forgive their child’s killer.

Part memoir, part testimony of faith, Forgiving My Daughter’s Killer shares the aftermath of spirituality, the aftermath of violent crime, and the way this extraordinary couple for an dealt with terms of crime and punishment.

To find out more about this book, click here.




Disclosure: I received this book for review purposes. No additional compensation was provided. All opinions expressed here are entirely my own.


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