Savior of Renate Dorrestein | Paperback of 252 pages
I had slept in Alicia's bed, I had looked at her cracked mirror. There was probably a gloomy tale which is not okay ended if you did.
A young woman comes in an accident on a farm life. Two years later arrives another woman, the narrator of this story, the scene of the crime. While they inadvertently unravel all sorts of secrets, her own life is not confident on.
In her twentieth novel Renate Dorrestein returns to her beloved gothic novel. Hella S. Haase wrote: They're historically not been the least talented among romancières which found eminently as the "gothic" story to express her discomfort. I believe that the quest for identity is the core of all Renate Dorrestein novels. "
Saving angel is an exciting psychological novel about charity, self-interest and the desire to belong somewhere.