Kate Wolfe understood guilt when her younger sister was kidnapped and murdered with excessive cruelty. 16 years later, she’s a psychiatrist with a promising romance and the past seems far away. But after the arrival of a mysterious girl at the hospital, her life takes a devastating turn. A retired detective informs her that the one responsible for her sister’s death is not the one imprisoned. And the mother of Maddie, the new patient, reveals details that confront her worst fear: that her history is more unclear than she believed.
|Publisher:||Editorial Oceano de Mexico|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.25(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
Alice Blanchard won the Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction for her book of short stories The Stuntman’s Daughter. Her first novel Darkness Peering was a New York Times’ Notable Book and a Barnes & Noble Best Mystery. She has also received a PEN Award, a New Letters Literary Award, and a Centrum Artists-in-Residence Fellowship. She lives in Connecticut.