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.READ DOWNLOAD ♵ A Madness So Discreet ♵ GrUpThis compelling historical thriller opens with Grace Mae impregnated by her own father and locked away in a horrific asylum, mute and sealed within her own mind She wishes for death, seeing herself as an empty husk, a vessel only for the life within When she is pushed too far by the barbarous staff, she reacts violently, leading to the loss of her baby and being sent to die in a basement dungeon She is discovered by a visiting doctor who sees within Grace the ability to help him in his work solving crime through criminal profiling Grace is secreted away from Boston to Ohio, where though still in an insane asylum, her life is vastly improved There she makes friends with a group of realistically complex characters, and assists Dr Thornhollow in his work Grace comes to terms with her life, and discovers what she can change, and how to survive that which she cannot Though she continues to be entrapped in silence most of the time, she manages to make human connections, eventually using them to face her demons Sympathetic characters make questionable moral choices, perhaps justified by their lack of power to effect change in a direct way Grace s personal struggles to find her own place and influence her own story mirror the historical struggles of women throughout history VERDICT Fans of period pieces and crime dramas will be pleased with this haunting taleGenevieve Feldman, San Francisco Public LibraryMcGinnis excels at rich character development Grace herself is flawed, complicated, and struggling with intense pain that leads her to some very dark and murky moral places where she asks people to do what may be the wrong thing but for the right reasons This book is highly recommended School Library Journal A bountiful buffet of twisted, dark intrigue While others are writing about relatively normal heroes and heroines, McGinnis takes the less traveled route to bring us a heroine damaged physically and mentally, and to the far reaches of her soul McGinnis can surely tell a story USA Today Graces story shines Every person she encounters, mad or trapped by the label of madness, feels achingly real Readers will wish they could watch her and Thornhollow solve murders for pages and pagesKirkus Reviews Graces personal struggles to find her own place and influence her own story mirror the historical struggles of women throughout history Fans of period pieces and crime dramas will be pleased with this haunting tale School Library Journal Several storylines are threaded together in this powerful and dark book, examining the line between sanity and insanity and often indicting those who get to define that line McGinnis extends compassion to the asylums most helpless patients as well as the most disturbed and violent characters Bulletin of the Center for Childrens Books Brutal, relentless, and haunting Every character in A Madness So Discreet iscolorful and unforgettable than the last With a realistic, emotionally complex, and clever heroine, readers will find themselves rooting for Grace from page one Her story and McGinniss style are too gripping to ignore Madeleine Roux, New York Times bestselling author of Asylum series