Smart, taut, and seductive, Reilly’s second novel immediately catches you in its grip and doesn’t let you go.
— Michelle Hoover, author of BOTTOMLAND and THE QUICKENING
A novel that stays surprising from beginning to end and refuses to provide easy answers for the moral quandaries at its heart. There is nothing outlandish about the terrible situation Reilly’s characters confront—and force each other to confront—and its plausibility makes their story all the more riveting.
— Suzanne Berne, author of THE DOGS OF LITTLEFIELD
Taut with moral complexity and a subtly building tension, this is the kind of story that punishes you if you dare to put it down.
— Kim Cross, New York Times best selling author of WHAT STANDS IN A STORM