A truth a little girl can't bear to remember.
Emerging in dreams.
My mother starts turning. And now I don't want to see her, because she is already dead. I shout, 'I'm sorry. I'm sorry.' But my mother turns and the hat flies off and soon I will see her face and now I am screaming.
This is Matt and Chess's third gripping murder mystery and this is the one that matters. This one will go deep.
Chess Febey's mother died when she was five and no one will tell her how or where it happened.
But when she hears the word evermore, she immediately knows two things: that word has something to do with her mother ... and she must find out the truth.
Chess knows there are memories somewhere, waiting, just beyond her grasp. And they're emerging in her dreams.
But when Chess and her friend Matt Tingle finally discover the story of her mother's death, it is more terrible than anyone had imagined.
Matt and Chess's third mystery is a story about love. It is about lies and cruelty, sudden death, tragic loss and deep deep anger.
And a truth a little girl can't bear to remember.