He told the police the truth about that night. Well, most of the truth.
Finn has moved on and is about to marry but when an eerie reminders of his past start to appear he realises his secrets aren't buried as deep as he thought.
The initial premise is a familiar one. 12 years ago a woman mysteriously vanishes late at night in a lay by in France. Her boyfriend is the last person to see her alive. We know he isn't telling the police the whole truth but what is he leaving out? and why?
I can't give too much away because I don't want to spoil any of the twists but this book is gripping. I actually found myself holding my breath in places. I guessed the twist probably about 60% in which is a little early but I still was compelled to read on and see what the outcome of this twisted scenario was. The overall opinion of my Book Club was that B.A.Paris really is a master of suspense. She has a way of making you hold the book that but further away and squint slightly.
This is a solid thriller and well worth a read. It won't give you nightmares but it may make you a little unnerved around Russian Dolls...