Author(s): Alafair Burke
"Highly addictive". (KARIN SLAUGHTER). "A major talent". (HARLAN COBEN). "A great set-up, a situation you can almost see yourself in, and then it keeps you guessing right to the very end. I loved it." (BECKY MASTERMAN, author of Fear the Darkness DID HE, OR DIDN'T HE?). Olivia Randall is one of New York City's best criminal defence lawyers. When she gets a phone call informing her that her former fiancee has been arrested for a triple homicide there is no doubt in her mind as to his innocence. The only question is who would go to such great lengths to frame him - and why? For Olivia, representing Jack is a way to make up for past regrets, and the hurt she caused him, but as the evidence against him mounts, she is forced to confront her doubts.
Twenty years ago she ruined his life. Now she has the chance to save it.
Short-listed for Edgar Award for Best Novel 2017.
Alafair Burke's books include the standalone thrillers Long Gone and If You Were Here - an Amazon Best Mystery Novel of 2013 - and her acclaimed series starring NYPD Detective Ellie Hatcher, the most recent of which, Never Tell, was a Kindle bestseller. A former Deputy District Attorney in Portland, Oregon, Alafair is now a Professor of Law at Hofstra Law School, where she teaches criminal law and procedure.