Tami Hoag did a fabulous job of portraying her characters with PTSD and personalities surrounding these people.
The plot is full of twists and many suspects in a gruesome murder. As soon as you think you have it figured out, think again.
Dana Nolan had been brutalized by a serial killer. She was a lucky candidate as she survived by killing the killer. She came away with personality changes and physical problems she had to contend with.
After a year of working on herself, Dana realizes she lost her best friend, Casey, years ago. Casey disappeared and Dana felt the need to find out what happened to her. With a scattered memory bank, Dana tries to fill in the blanks that the police haven’t had success with.
The people around Dana include an over attentive mother, a step-father she doesn’t trust, her high school boyfriend who wants to get back together with her, Casey’s former boyfriend, John who has PTSD from being in the service in Afghanistan, and other members of the community.
So many suspects and so little time to figure out who the new killer in town is.