Have you ever felt a friendship so strongly, that you know it is meant to be? One that even after five, ten, or twenty years, still contains laughter and pure enjoyment? The main character of this novel never did, until she goes undercover portraying a dead girl who had been part of such a friendship. Cassie, a former profiler detective who happens to be the spitting image of the victim, infiltrates an intellectual, tight-knit cast of outsiders who reside in a glorious Irish manor house. Soon there is a conflict between what her job requires of her and the happiness she feels in her imposter role.
This is a story of friendship, love of home, and betrayal, challenging the reader to find the killer amidst much foreshadowing. Fans of Donna Tartt’s The Secret History will enjoy this book.