A college student is haunted by dreams of the past that could get her into trouble in this psychological thriller by the New York Times bestselling author.
Kathi Ellison is an English literature major at the University of California in Berkeley, living with her boyfriend off-campus. She is also the daughter of a candidate for the U.S. Senate, a role that could affect her life should her father win the election.
But before she can consider her future, Kathi must first come to terms with her past. A car accident when she was four-years-old killed her mother and left her in a coma for several days. The migraines and nightmares that plagued her as a child have recently returned with a vengeance, leaving her mind full of visions that feel more like memories.
Memories that are not her own. Memories of a frightened and traumatized child named Sheri Walker. Memories linked to her mother’s death that her stepmother doesn’t want her to remember . . .
For lighter mysteries, don’t miss Joanne Fluke’s Hannah Swensen series!
Fast paced. Abrupt ending. Holds your attention but predictable