Stress has been the main factor in Becky’s life as of late. Her mother seems to be making the decision to stay with her permanently instead of returning to Ohio. She even got a part-time job at the library and acquired a car that was pink, but would shine almost gold in the sun. Becky isn’t sure what to think of her mother and what she should say to her about staying for so long.
But her mother becomes the last of Becky’s worries as her mother calls to inform Becky that there has been another murder in Rose Hollow. And it was the customer Becky had in her antique shop the day before. As Becky takes on another case and dives into another social group of town, she discovers that everyone is a liar and has something to hide. And the girl that was murdered? The biggest liar of them all.
Becky doesn’t know when to stop as she starts to interview everyone in the Rose Hollow Book Club, the only group of people that accepted the murdered woman as their own. Becky is forced to not only put the murder pieces together, but several literary pieces will need to be examined in order to find out who murdered Sarah Reese. And was it out of jealousy, or even a longer string of lies?