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Publisher's Summary

“Alafair Burke's latest propulsive thrill-ride is a suspenseful, twisty mystery about memory, friendship and secrets. A page-turner of the highest order.” -Laura Dave, author of The Last Thing He Told Me

The disappearance of a young woman leaves her best friend reeling and an NYPD homicide detective digging into her own past in this twisty mystery about the power of female friendships. From the New York Times bestselling author of The Better Sister and The Wife.

Some pasts won’t stay forgotten . . .

She calls herself Hope Miller, but she has no idea who she actually is. Fifteen years ago, she was found in a small New Jersey town thrown from an overturned vehicle, with no clue to her identity. Doctors assumed her amnesia was a temporary side effect of her injuries, but she never regained her memory. Hope eventually started a new life with a new name in a new town that welcomed her, yet always wondered what she may have left behind—or been running from. Now, she’s leaving New Jersey to start over once again.

Manhattan defense lawyer Lindsay Kelly, Hope’s best friend and the one who found her after the accident, understands why Hope wants a new beginning. But she worries how her friend will fare in her new East Hampton home, far away from everything familiar. Lindsay’s worst fears are confirmed when she discovers Hope has vanished without a trace—the only lead a drop of blood found where she was last seen. Even more ominously, the blood matches a DNA sample with a connection to a notorious Kansas murderer.

With nowhere else to turn, Lindsay calls NYPD homicide detective Ellie Hatcher, the daughter of the cop who dedicated his life to hunting the Kansas killer. Ellie has always believed there was more to the story of her father’s death twenty years earlier—and she now fears that Hope’s recent disappearance could be related.

In pursuit of answers, the women search for the truth beneath long-buried secrets. And when their searches converge, what they find will upend everything they’ve ever known.

©2021 Alafair Burke (P)2021 HarperCollins Publishers

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Ok

This book could have been decent but the writer was trying way to hard to check the box on social and political hot topics and it came off super forced. Was not organic in writing style.

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So many characters

You really need to pay attention. There are so many characters that I almost had to write down names and relationships to be able to keep track. It was a decent enough story but I did start to get bored with it. Then BAM…. Not what I expected . Turned out good.

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decent but expected more

I looked forward to this book but maybe because the one I listened to right before this was so outstanding this one seemed at best mediocre. I found my attention wandering frequently whereas the other book I had just finished made the miles pass so quickly on a long drive. thank goodness for the ending which somewhat redeemed it (no spoilers here though you'll just have to get to the end to find out).

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Just OK

I listened to this book based on the great reviews, but I was disappointed. I found my mind wandering many times while listening, and then having to go back to see if I missed anything important. This could have been a good story, but it seemed to contain a lot of stuff that was unimportant to the story and just thrown in.

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too many unnecessary characters and incomplete threads. not easy to keep straight and there was no difference in female voices. perspective shifted without notice. I have enjoyed the author before but she tried doing too much. no sympathy for any of the characters. they all lied a lot with little or no consequence.

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Not worth spending a credit

This is one of the worst books I’ve read. Extremely boring and the story line was all over the place. I love Kathleen, the narrator so she got 5 stars!

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long awaited conclusion for Elly Hatcher

The beginning of this book had a lot more back story than I usually prefer, but it ended up making the conclusion more satisfying. I'm glad I stuck through it. I've missed Elly Hatcher and was happy to have her story concluded. I won't say much more because I don't want to give the ending away.

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Awesomeness

I would definitely recommend this book. So many twists and turns in character building which is awesome. Love Kathleen Early she is such an amazing narrator I will read all of her books forever.

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Nope, Not For Me

This was on sale for $11.18 which is less than a gold credit, but this was my one and only chance at this stand apart from Mary Higgins Clark! I took a chance as I enjoyed You Don’t Own Me narrated by the great January LaVoy, and since I own 98 % Audible reads from Ms Early, I said why not?? Well, now I can tell which part of the MHC stories, this author writes. In this book, it had a good premise and mystery ending, but Ohhh the dialogue needed a whole lot of editing, way too wordy for me. This was a 7 hr book padded to 9 hrs.
And the darkness that I gleaned in MHC books, comes from this author as she demonstrated in this book. So nope not for me.
I like to feel good when I finish a book, and this one just didn’t do it for me even with Ms Early narrating. Don’t miss Karin Slaughters Will Trent series Ms Kathleen reads.
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Language and LGBTQ themes

There was a lot of strong language in this book. Way too much for my liking. It also includes some LGBTQ storyline. If that is a sensitive topic, it may be uncomfortable for some readers.
Overall, the story was pretty good. It got a little over-complicated and was a little tricky to keep everything straight, but it was intriguing for most of the story.

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