Collins is a master of buckle-your-
seatbelt suspense, and this novel is no exception! The intriguing story will keep readers guessing until the very end. A couple of the twists don't make complete sense, but overall the book is compelling and entertaining.
Kaitlan Sering finally kicked her drug habit and has a great life. She has a wonderful boyfriend, Craig, and
a good job. If only she could make amends with her grandfather, novelist Darell Brooke, things would be better. Darell is struggling with his memory of a car accident and is unable to write. Then a horrific incident sends Kaitlan running to her grandfather's door, suspecting Craig of the unthinkable. Can they bury the hatchet and work together to keep Kaitlan safe? (ZONDERVAN, Dec., 288 pp., $14.99)