I loved this read! This psychological thriller is told from the point of view of a middle-aged woman named Jane who is determined to have and keep the perfect family, the perfect daughters, the perfect life. It’s a page-turner that is unique because of Jane’s voice and inner life, which manages to be at turns fascinating, at times disturbing and ultimately haunting.
Nearly one year ago, Jane lost her perfect daughter Mary due to what seemed like an accidental drowning. Since then, she’s been downing antidepressants and trying to deal with complex grief while the perfect family she’s been so proud of seems to be shattering.
The more she thinks about the night of her daughter's death, the more she realizes that something doesn’t seem right. Does her youngest daughter know more than she’s letting on? What secrets is her husband still hiding from her? And why does no one trust her to be on her own?
This entertaining novel is one part thriller and one part psychological study. If you like psychological suspense, dark surprises and unreliable (and slightly cray-cray) narrators, give this a read!
Thank you so much to HARLEQUIN - Graydon House Books and NetGalley for the ARC!