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Publisher's Summary

In this tense thriller from the bestselling author of What You Did and The Other Wife, a woman finds a dead body. Will she make the same mistake as last time?

When Rachel stumbles upon a body in the woods, she knows what she has to do: run. Get away. Do not be found at the scene. Last time, she didn’t know, and she ended up accused of murder. But when this victim is identified as her boyfriend’s estranged wife, Rachel realises she’s already the prime suspect. 

With mounting evidence against her, Rachel’s only hope is to keep the truth about herself well hidden. Because twenty years ago she was someone else - Casey, a young nanny trying to make it as an actress in Los Angeles. When the family she worked for were brutally murdered, all the evidence pointed to her and she went to prison. Back then, she narrowly escaped the death penalty and managed to free herself on appeal. Now she’s fighting to save the life she’s spent years piecing back together.

But with her behaviour raising suspicion and the police closing in, Rachel can’t help wondering: Was her discovery in the woods really just an awful coincidence, or is someone framing her for murder? Someone who knows who she is, and wants revenge...

©2021 by Claire McGowan. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • B. Johnson
  • 24-10-21

I mean…

I’m not done, so this isn’t a full review, but I find it ridiculous in a story about a murder that the accused person is *shocked* at the idea that she should look at who might want to kill the victim, instead of worry about being set up. I mean… isn’t it a forgone conclusion that you consider who wants the victim gone? Silly.

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  • Tawny
  • 20-10-21

To the Americans with no American pride- you’ll love this!

When 75% of a fictional “thriller” revolves around one political and social bias, it is justifiable to review a book based on those principles. If this review is reported and disappears, it will be the 4th of mine removed due to political differences with the author… no profanity, derogatory language, etc.

This is a whiney, frustrating listen. As an American 🇺🇸 , It’s disappointing to purchase a book only to realize you have supported an author who has so much hostility toward the U.S. Do these authors ever contemplate the fact that the U.S. has more immigrants, both legal and illegal, than any other country? Why do so many people seek asylum, safety and opportunity in the U.S. if Americans are so awful? We are more diverse than any other country, no justice system is perfect, and there IS corruption, but you make us sound like Russia. While reform may be necessary, you can’t eliminate evil from the world, especially in such a large, populated, diverse group of people, so I believe the U.S. has governed and enforced the law as well as any other country would in the same position.

Everyone is entitled to their feelings and opinions about white privilege, and I truly do appreciate the compassion of the author, even if the whining was grating. However, are we looking for offense where there isn’t any? For instance, she “only remembers the anglo names”, and immediately feels guilty. Is it possible that because she’s Anglo, it’s easier to remember names she’s familiar with? Is it also possible that their cultural differences prevented them from connecting on the same level as she did with the Anglo staff? It’s not Only non-Anglo’s that are intimidated by approaching someone unfamiliar because of how they might be received. There are a lot of quiet, shy and reserved people out there who are not going to venture out of their comfort zone… It doesn’t make them racist or privileged. Anglos cannot be solely responsible for bridging the cultural gaps… this movement that is villainizing Anglos and Americans is counterproductive to unity and equality.

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  • Joann P. Marks
  • 11-11-21

Good, but drags

An interesting story ,but a little predictable. I found it dragged in the middle, just wanted to get on with the story. Still worth reading.

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  • Murder Mystery Thriller Fan
  • 21-10-21

So predictable - sadly more drama than thriller ..

This book was fun and had quite a lot going for it such as twin locations, one of them being the home of a glitzy showbiz family in LA.
It had a good premise to begin with, an interesting character reveal but either I have become genius level at detective work ........ which I really do doubt ........... or the plots were as transparent as shrink wrap.
It really was more like a drama as it was so obvious whodunnit.
The protagonist was rather unlikeable and silly - volunteers at a dog shelter but has no clue about dogs in that she thinks her own rescue dog would hate it if she adopted a companion for her and instead leaves the dog at home alone all day .... has she learned nothing about dog or human psychology despite her many life experiences?
Also does anyone really think the only way they can change their name is by marrying someone?
I went along for the ride as it was well written, just a bit obvious for a thriller and a bit dull for a drama.
Having major travel withdrawal I would have loved more about the luxe LA setting - more about the Lake District romance and less about the seedier, darker more depressing background story and I suppose I was just hoping for more generally.
Narration was good and well cast though some strange mispronunciations along the way.
All in all I did enjoy it, I missed some chapters in the middle but ploughed on as I did not really miss anything, in fact it was so padded out it could have been a short story with no real surprises.
I have enjoyed Claire McGowan's books in the past but this was not her best.

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  • Gilly
  • 07-11-21

Another page turner!

I love this author and never miss a new release. I think this may be the first audiobook of hers I’ve tried but as it was on KU I decided to try it and I wasn’t disappointed. The narrator does a superb job especially as Casey/Rachael. The story weaves a complex web and the reveals as ever with this author are worth the wait. Thumbs up from me and I look forward to the next.

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  • VJ
  • 29-10-21

Great Storytelling.

A thoroughly enjoyable plot & storyline that is well written & narrated.
I don’t usually enjoy plots that flip back and forth in time, but this method works well in this novel.
Will certainly be listening to more novels by this author.