On a cold day in 1966, 10-year-old Mary Thornton is taking her little brother home. That afternoon will change Mary’s life forever. She is about to become the only witness to her brother’s murder. Only a year after the death of her father, chief superintendent Terry Darnell, his daughter Stella is still reeling from the publicity storm around the case of Kate Rokesmith. But Stella has discovered a folder of unlabeled photographs of deserted streets among her father’s possessions—and the first one is dated 1966.
Out September 2018
I received this book in exchange for my honest review.
This was a tough book to get into. But, after hanging in there, I found myself flipping anxiously through the pages to see what was going to happen next. I was shocked by who the little girl turned out to be and felt so bad that she was turn into the bad person in the story because of events she couldn’t possibly have helped.
I love the growing relationship between the main characters and how their interactions were depicted by the author. This story plot flowed smoothly transitioning from one plot element to another. Everything was tied nicely together and wrapped up by the end of the story.
Overall, a great book and so far a good series. Looking forward to the next book!
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