I love an author that can tell a story and I feel like she's speaking just to me like a story told by my closest friend while we sip coffee at our favourite coffee house.
Real, raw and emotional. It just doesn't get better than this.
"When a deep-rooted memory suddenly surfaces, Elizabeth Burns becomes obsessed with the long-ago disappearance of her childhood friend April Cassidy. Driven to investigate, Elizabeth disovers a thirty-five-year-old newspaper article revealing the details that had been hidden from her as a child... shocking revelations about April's mother, Adele. Elizabeth, now herself a mother, seeks to piece together the final months, days, and hours of this troubled woman's life before she commited the most incomprehensible of crimes."
If I were capable of giving this book five stars, I would. Raw, gripping, and unexpected. The author pulls no punches. My stomach hurt when I finished this one. I don't think I'll be able to forget it....Continua