The premise of this book is that four friends in a regular American neighborhood each have a secret. When assumptions are made, a tale of twisted secrets becomes murder. Alison, Sarah, Julie and Heather meet for coffee and share their daily lives. When one of them notices that Heather is bruised, they all make the assumption that she is being abused and try to do an intervention. Unfortunately, Heather is not the one who dies and the book gets really twisted from there. The book is a real page-turner, but with each chapter dealing with a different character’s point of view, it was a little difficult to keep them straight. In the end, it was an enjoyable read that was thought-provoking and left me with the thought, What would I do?
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