Some are dying to remember.
Some would kill to forget . . .
On 15th June 1994, Travis Green - husband, father, upstanding citizen - walked through the streets of Hartstead and killed eleven of his neighbours. The final victim was four-year-old Cassie Colman's father.
As the twenty-five year anniversary approaches, Cassie would rather forget the past - even as her mother struggles to remember it at all. Then something hidden in her mother's possessions suggests those eleven murders were not what everyone believes.
Once Cassie suspects she's been lied to about the most important event of her life, she can't stop digging up the past.
But someone will do anything to keep it buried . . .
'Laura Marshall is queen of the irresistible premise' ERIN KELLY, author of HE SAID/SHE SAID
'I was genuinely unable to put it down' KAREN HAMILTON, author of THE PERFECT GIRLFRIEND
'Grabs hold of the reader and digs in its nails' NIKKI SMITH, author of ALL IN HER HEAD
'Gripping, tense and addictive' OLIVIA KIERNAN, author of PLAY DEAD FOR ME
'A stand-out concept and beautifully-drawn characters' PHOEBE LOCKE, author of THE JULY GIRLS
'A white-knuckle ride' RACHAEL BLOK, author of UNDER THE ICE
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