Everyone has secrets.
It’s a request I never saw coming. From someone I’ve spent years trying to forget.
“I need you to help me prove that I didn’t kill my wife.”
I haven’t spoken to Liam Hadley since high school. Now, his wife is missing. Presumed dead. And the cops are making no secret of the fact they think he killed her.
As a former investigative journalist, he thinks I can help him. The truth is, I’ve got my own problems. I don’t want to get involved. But I can’t say no. I still owe him for what he did that horrible night, all those years ago.
But the deeper I dig, the more I begin to fear his wife’s disappearance could be linked to a series of horrific murders of young women on Miami Beach.
And whoever’s behind the deaths will stop at nothing to silence anyone who gets too close—including me.
Praise for A Sorrow Called Sarah
Heart pounding thriller that left me on the edge of my seat. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this one. Definitely one of the best books this year.
Builds up to an explosive final, that left me thinking it could not have turned out better. Great entertainment.
The author did a great job of providing false clues, suspense, and page-turning drama. I had no idea what was going to happen next.
The ending had my head spinning. A twisty book that will guarantee you will not see the ending coming.