“Told through both Ben's and the girls' perspectives, the mystery unfolds with aching precisionboth Ben's grief and the sisters' pain can be acutely traced as they grow. Even though the truth can be seen before it's revealed, the girls' secrets pack a gut punch that lingers. Haunting and mesmerizing.” Kirkus, starred review
“Savage’s skillful writing makes the characters’ pain deep and tangible, offering readers the full impact of the deaths on the town. The novel is cleverly divided into chapters of the seven body parts, propelling the search for the next clue. Prepare to be shocked, and have plenty of tissues handy. Perfect for readers of Jay Asher’s Thirteen Reasons Why (2007).” Booklist
"Readers who enjoy mysteries with a mix of inexplicable and all-too-human underpinnings will enjoy this." Bulleting for the Center of Children's Books
When twin sisters Mira and Francesca Cillo jump to their deaths in the quarry lake, the community is left wondering what could have led to this tragedy. No one wonders more than Ben Lattanzi, and he may be the only one who can uncover the mystery. He loved Mira, and she left him seven notes, each hidden in a location where they shared a meaningful touch. As Ben seeks to understand each cryptic piece of the puzzle, he begins to realize that the bonds of family, an unrequited love, and a horrible secret can be more dangerous than anyone could imagine.
“Readers looking for a unique, haunting mystery will certainly be drawn to this heartbreaking tale.” VOYA