In this haunting coming-of-age novel, quirky loner Evie is in the wrong place at the wrong time when her sometime friend and total crush Jonah discovers a body in the woods--a body that turns out to be that of her childhood playmate, Elizabeth 'Zabet' McCabe. At the funeral, a fateful lie leads Evie into a complicated relationship with Zabeth's father and her best friend, Hadley. Before she even realizes what is happening, Evie is on the hunt for a killer, spinning more lies along the way and putting herself in serious danger. There are no easy answers in Katie Williams' debut literary thriller--only a fresh, authentic voice that is both evocative and memorable.
Katie Williams is the author of The Space Between Trees and Absent. A graduate of the MFA program at the University of Texas in Austin, she has published numerous short stories, including Bone Hinge, in The Atlantic. She lives in Berkeley, California, and currently teaches writing at the Academy of Art.