Liza Barton killed her mother when she was ten and shot her step-father numerous times. Now she's thirty-four, married, has a son, and is standing in the exact spot where she killed her mother years before.
Her name has been changed to Celia, and no one knows the truth about her past. But will moving back to her old house spark old memories from the towns' people? She puts on a fake smile, trying not to show how horrified she is by the gift her husband has just given herher childhood home.
This book was awesome! I read it late into the night, unable to set it down because I was desperate to found out what happened next. Mary Higgins Clark did an excellent job with this novel, and I'm sure she kept many other readers up late, hungry to found out what happens.