Allie Ross is an accomplished photographer and a new mom in her upscale DC suburb. She’s also being framed for a neighbor’s murder.
It all starts at a neighborhood party, when a flirtatious encounter with a local dad goes terribly wrong. When he’s found dead the next day, the police are soon knocking at Allie’s door, grilling her about a supposed Tinder relationship with the man and pulling up intimate, steamy texts between them.
Only Allie didn’t write them. And she didn’t write the vicious posts that are all over social media in her name.
Someone has hacked her, and is impersonating her online. And it’s not just her reputation―social and professional― that is at stake. It’s her life. As the killer closes in, Allie must delve into a past she hoped to forget in order to learn the shocking truth of who is destroying her life.
A taut, psychological whodunnit, that explores how much our past shapes our lives, and how forgiving ourselves may be the most difficult act of all.