SOME SECRETS ARE BEST LEFT BURIED…
Cat panics when she sees a photofit of a murder suspect flash up on the news. It looks exactly like her, and to make matters worse, the victim is her childhood best friend, Charlie.
The following day, the police arrive at her doorstep to question her. She hadn’t seen or spoken to Charlie in years, but could the secrets of their past finally be coming back to haunt her?
Desperate to find out who gave the police her description and to protect her five-year-old son, Cat investigates. She knows she is innocent and will stop at nothing to prove it. But some secrets are best left buried…
This was a finish quickly book because it was so hard to put down. It was very addicting, and I was shocked by the outcome of it all.
Cat is accused of a murder, but it is just someone who looks like her. She would not kill this person. She is trying to prove she is innocent. But she is getting messages and so is her child. Her alibi is not solid, and there are other secrets she does not want to come out. She is trying to keep this all going, but it seems like maybe the truth will come out after all.
The pacing is strong, and I was not able to figure out what was going to happen. The book kept me reading, and I was very pleased to see I was not disappointed at any time. It is the same type of thriller we read often, but it was still very good.
To avoid spoilers, I think you should just read this book. It will be worth your time.
A huge thank you to NetGalley and Quercus for the eARC. All thoughts and opinions are my own.