Hollow's Edge was a quiet community where many of the neighbors were co-workers and friends. Until the murder of Brandon and Fiona Truett, when it became apparent someone among them had done the unthinkable. Ruby Fletcher was convicted of the murders and sent to prison. A year and a half later, Ruby's conviction is overturned and she is released from prison, only to show back up in Hollow's Edge on the doorsteps of her former roommate Harper Nash. Harper is torn between welcoming Ruby back into her life, and suspecting Ruby got away with murder. It's clear Ruby has returned, but unclear whether she is hunting for revenge or the real killer.
At one point or another, I suspected each and every character of being the murderer. The author does an excellent job of making you consider what every character might be hiding.
I enjoyed this dark twisty novel that kept me in the dark until the end. I received this book courtesy of the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.