Her instincts are telling her something isn’t right…
On a chilly morning in rural Suffolk, Cassandra Hawke is woken by a gunshot. Her mother is clinging on to her life, the weapon still lying nearby. Everyone thinks it’s attempted suicide—but none of it makes any sense to Cass. She’s certain there’s more to it than meets the eye.
With her husband and father telling her she’s paranoid, Cass finds an unlikely ally in student paramedic Holly. Like Cass, she believes something is wrong, and together they try to uncover the truth. But is there more to Holly’s interest than she’s letting on?
With her family and loved ones at risk, Cass must ask herself: is she ready to hear the truth, and can she deal with the consequences?
I have read a number of other books by this author and when I was asked if I would read it I jumped at the chance.
I was impressed with the knowledge of the author about the psychological disorders that are portrayed in the book.
This book deals with two points of view which can muddy the waters as the saying goes.
Cassandra was not a character I really enjoyed but she did keeps things interesting.
Holly was the character I preferred reading about and found her to be more entertaining.
I would definitely read another book by this author as she does have a way to bring out her characters.