Author of Slow Poison
One spring Alabama day, eighteen-year-old Laura Spencer comes home to a grim discovery: the bullet-ridden bodies of her mother and sister. Her little brother Junior, who has Down Syndrome, cowers in the closet in stunned silence.
"ENGAGING . . . MEMORABLE . . . [Woodward] maintains suspense until the conclusion, which contains a dandy surprise."
Now, the once tranquil surface of the Spencer family cracks to reveal a seething cauldron of passion and lies: Laura's father has been having an affair. His mistress, the wealthy, talented artist Catherine Liem, is charged with the grisly homicides. And Catherine's lawyer will stop at nothing to save her, even if it means accusing helpless Junior of the murders.
"An intriguingand ever-surprisingmixture of love and deceit."
Author of Sleep, Baby, Sleep
As Laura awaits the sensational trial, she suddenly finds herself haunted by growing doubts and chilling suspicions. For if Catherine is indeed innocent, then a vicious killer roams free. Perhaps a little too close to home . . .
|Publisher:||Random House Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||4.20(w) x 6.85(h) x 0.90(d)|