Is it better to live with a lie, or risk everything for the truth? Heartbreaking and heroic. You won't be able to turn the pages fast eugh! --Romily Bernard, author of the Find Me trilogy In Pintip Dunn s gripping and timely vel, a young woman whose life unravels in the wake of her mother s alleged suicide sets out to clear her name. The mother I knew would never do those things. But maybe I never knew her after all. Clothes, jokes, coded messages Cecilia Brooks and her mom shared everything. At least, CeCe thought they did. Six months ago, her mom killed herself after accusations of having sex with a student, and CeCe s been the subject of whispers and taunts ever since. Now, at the start of her high school senior year, between dealing with her grieving, distracted father, and the social nightmare that has become her life, CeCe just wants to fly under the radar. Instead, she s volunteering at the school s crisis hotline the same place her mother worked. As she counsels troubled strangers, CeCe s lingering suspicions about her mom s death resurface. With the help of Sam, a new student and newspaper intern, she starts to piece together fragmented clues that point to a twisted secret at the heart of her community. Soon, finding the truth isn t just a matter of restoring her mother s reputation, it s about saving lives including CeCe s own A twisty, fast-paced thriller that kept me guessing to the end. Shann Grogan, author of From Where I Watch You This one will tug your heart and leave you breathless! --Natalie D. Richards, author of Six Months Later A headlong rush into the shadows of secrets that should t be kept. Michelle Zink, author of Prophecy of the Sisters
When Pintip Dunn'sfirst?grade teacher asked her what shewanted to be when shegrew up, shereplied, An author. Although she haspursued other interests over the years, this dream has never wavered. Pintip graduated from Harvard University, with an A.B. in English Literature and Language. Shereceived herJ.D. at Yale Law School, where shewas an editor of the Yale Law Journal. She now lives in Maryland with her husband and three children. Pintip is a 2012 Golden Heart(r) finalist and a 2014 double?finalist.She is a member ofRomance Writers of America, Washington Romance Writers, YARWA, andThe Golden Network. Visit her online at pintipdunn.com, or follow her on Twitter @pintipdunn.