We should never have kept our father’s secret.Before, my sisters and I were close. Now, a year after our father’s funeral, we barely speak to each other. Molly won’t accept the truth. Rachel can’t forgive him. And I spend all my time digging through his life, trying to understand.Then we hear the news. A woman has been found by the docks, her wedding ring stolen. The reporter says it appears the local serial killer has returned…But I know that can’t be right, because I know who the killer was.Henry Martin. Our father.
Someone is sending us a message. Someone knows we lied.Now my sisters and I must work together to find out who is targeting us. How do they know what we’ve hidden? What do they want? And what other secrets lie buried in the past, putting us all in danger?
Losing a parent is always very hard. You have known them and loved them your whole life. They helped you become the person you are now.
Then you find something out that turns your world upside down. It cannot be possible, can it? You don’t want to believe it, but doubt has crept into your mind. What if, though…
How you wished you could unknow what you know now. How you wish you never discovered this.
That’s what happened to the three sisters Molly, Cara and Rachel. Each one tries to deal with it in their own way. And that’s why friends were invented. If you are feeling alone, with no one you can count on anymore, that one true friend is always there. Giving you a shoulder to cry on or being there for you to confide in to make you feel better.
The revelations were supposed to be the end of something, but it seems like someone does not agree with that.
OMG, who did I not suspect in this book? It felt like I was adrift at sea in the middle of a storm.
It’s crazy to realise the author can steer you in one direction to make you do a u turn a few moments later, but it’s great at the same time.
I loved this story. My mouth fell open more than once. I am looking forward to the next book by this author. 5 stars
Thank you, Miranda Smith and Bookouture
About the author
Miranda Smith writes psychological and domestic suspense. She is drawn to stories about ordinary people in extraordinary situations. Before completing her first novel, she worked as a newspaper staff writer and a secondary English teacher. She lives in East Tennessee with her husband and three young children.