“A great, dark little tale of passion and brooding,” Christine Reichs.
“Did she do it? My money is on yes!” J.T. Burke.
“Last night you were in my dreams. I hate that.” Catherine Jamieson—thirty, a widow in hiding—doesn’t know what happened that night. Two bodies found: her husband and his ex-lover. Was it a murder-suicide or an accidental death and suicide? Or, as some believe, did she have a hand in it?
Living a new life with a cottage to renovate and her dog, Buddy, for company, Catherine picks through the ruins of her old life to find answers.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Helen Goltz is a Queensland-based author of seven titles and the editor of online lifestyle magazine, She Brisbane. Helen studied English literature and communications at universities in Queensland and has worked for News Ltd; the Seven television network; Fairfax radio; and edited the Suncorp Literary Awards. She is published by Atlas and Clan Destine Press and is the founder of Atlas Productions—a boutique imprint promoting all genres and the love of words, and The Reviewers—an Australian book review website.
ISBN:Print 978-0-9871605-8-4 / Ebook 978-0-9941822-2-7
Format: Trade paperback and ebook
Publication date: September 2013
Category: Fiction / Crime / Suspense / Mystery / Psychological
Imprint: Atlas Productions