By E. C. Diskin
On an icy winter’s day in southwest Michigan, Grace Abbott wakes up because the survivor of a vehicle crash. yet she’s left with a tense mind damage and a terrifying fact: she can’t have in mind anything.
Left within the care of her sister, Grace returns to the family’s secluded previous farmhouse to recover—but inside of an hour of her go back, the police arrive. Grace’s boyfriend has been murdered. with none reminiscence, Grace has no alibi.
With suspicion weighing seriously on her and flashes of reminiscence returning, Grace searches for clues to her earlier. yet with each glimpse, her anxiousness grows. there's something in regards to the condominium, her kinfolk, her childhood…perhaps the twist of fate isn’t the single cause she can’t be mindful. Are the darkish recesses of her brain hiding anything much more sinister and terrifying than she may well ever imagine?
Is somebody keen to kill back to conceal the reality?
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