When What You Know Is Tested

THE IMPACT of childhood trauma is as irrefutable as the description is vast. How it plays out in adulthood becomes the thriller Olivia’s Turn.

Two women under 30 enter into a fated confrontation.

A father can’t get peace, so he writes a letter to the producer of a film centered around his daughter. She is believed to have been abducted and murdered.

My daughter’s name was Betty Baker. I’d like to mail you her diary.
It’s no secret you are the producer of a movie based on her abduction. What’s enclosed is only part of what I can share. You could use whatever you find in the diary to get the story right.
Start with the pages I’ve enclosed as examples, but there is a lot more. They’re from different months of several years. The last year before she vanished. I hope you read more. Truth is, I have only read parts of it. I didn’t recognize my own flesh and blood.
When I found her diary, it was more painful than I can put into words.
The police have labeled what happened to her an unsolved murder, a cold case.
No body was ever found.
Betty was 20 years old when it happened. She was my daughter, but she was not right. The way she talked to her mother. I never saw two women fight like Betty did with her mom. There’s more I can share, but it’s too hard.
First Katherine, her mother, went missing, then Betty. I still don’t know what happened to her mother.
Something’s not right. But I have to let it go. Let them both go.
Maybe you can find answers no one else bothered to look for. Please contact me. I have much more to share.

Sincerely yours,
Fred R. Baker

When facts taken for granted are ripped to shreds.

Mind games start. Torment becomes the seduction.