This is Alexandra Burt’s second novel, and it is every bit as good as “Remember Mia”. In “The Good Daughter” , Dahlia Waller remembers her childhood as being on the move, her mother with man after man, living in cars and two-bit motels. Now, as an adult, while she wants to put those memories far behind, she also wants answers. In order for those answers to come, she finds she needs to reconnect with her mother and others who lived in the small town of Aurora, Texas, where she and her mother settled for a time and her mother still lives. Her mother’s mind is going…or is it? There are secrets to be learned, but does she really want to know the answers?