Grace awakes in the hospital with a traumatic brain injury and no memory. I've read 3 novels, I think, since January in which women with amnesia after a traumatic event must struggle to regain their memories. They are all in danger, of course, and don't know who to trust.
Not only has Grace suffered serious injuries in a car accident, but Grace's boyfriend has been murdered, and she is a suspect. When she is released from the hospital, her sister takes her home to the house where they lived growing up. Grace must build her memories from those who knew her, but some of what she learns makes her very uncomfortable. There are questions about her parents and her childhood that feel dark and threatening.
Twist at the end that you may or may not expect. A lot of dysfunction going around. I had trouble buying into both the characters and the storyline.
Nice cover, though.
Read in July. Blog review scheduled for Aug. 13.
NetGalley/Thomas & Mercer
Mystery/Suspense. Aug. 25, 2015. Print version: 320 pages.