So this one was even as good or maybe better than the first one, I was like puzzling everything together with Gretchen and Marconi, I had my theories and it felt so good when I was right.
It begins very fast paced in a way for me, since you go tangle yourself in the investigation very early on the book and the tone was so good.
The development and the intrigue between them just grow better and better every time I read totally awesome really, I was having some troubles with the past ones but when you understand why they are there it’s so cool and ask yourself how did you miss that link before.
By the end I was totally obsessed and wanting to get to the end of the mystery and in a way not wanting for it finish really since it was so good.
I ask myself if this it’s the last we see about Gretchen White?
About the book
A brilliant psychologist faces the secrets and lies of her own dark past in a shocking novel of suspense by the Washington Post and Amazon Charts bestselling author of A Familiar Sight.
“Gretchen…What have you done?”
Psychologist and criminologist Dr. Gretchen White, top consultant for the Boston PD, has solved countless cases—but never her own. Since the age of eight, she has lived her life thinking she killed her aunt. After all, she was found standing over the body, clutching a bloody knife. Most people, including Detective Patrick Shaughnessy, believe the little sociopath got away with murder. Thirty years later, Detective Lauren Marconi wants to prove them wrong.
When plucking at the threads of the past unravels a decades-old case tied to the White family, both Lauren and Gretchen grapple with the question, What if Gretchen really is guilty? As old secrets come to light and Gretchen’s lifelong grip on her darkest impulses threatens to erode, Shaughnessy is there watching, waiting for her to lose control one more time.
Everyone thinks they know what happened that night. But the truth is beyond what anyone imagines—even Gretchen herself.