People don't need to know you're a murderer. They just have to think you could be....
June 1980. Seventeen-year-old Kelly Lund is jailed for killing Hollywood film director John McFadden. Thirty years later Kelly is a free woman. Yet speculation still swirls over what really happened that night. And when her father-in-law and close friend of McFadden is found dead - shot through the head at point-blank range - there can be only one suspect.
This time Kelly has some high-profile friends who believe she's innocent of both crimes. But is she?
"Full of crackling energy and heartache." (Megan Abbott)
What members say
- Anonymous User
Twisted and dark yet full of warmth. Utterly heartbreaking. The twists get better and better. Narrated beautifully also.
My first Gaylin novel and cannot wait for the next. Going to take some getting over!