A skillfully wrought tale of atonement in a frame of psychological suspense.
Smart, taut, and seductive, Reilly’s second novel immediately catches you in its grip and doesn’t let you go.
Reilly deftly illustrates how a single moral crisis can expose dangerous fault lines in lives and relationships.
Riveting and deeply insightful... [Reilly’s] characters are so organic, so painfully relatable, that their secrets, their dark desires, their moral failures somehow feel like our own.
[An] intriguing thriller... Written as suspense, this novel deals with the moral dilemma Kat faces as she desperately tries to right a wrong, which gives the reader food for thought.
A tense, thought-provoking drama... riveting, fast-paced read.
Once again I have to say that Reilly writes a great book about friendship and trusting each other.
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.
Blockbuster fiction at its most thought-provoking and sophisticated.
A novel that stays surprising from beginning to end and refuses to provide easy answers for the moral quandaries at its heart... riveting.
The well-described scenery, the portrait of a vacationland without vacationers, the poignant portrayals of the immense differences in income between wealthy summer folks and hard-up island dwellers are all extremely compelling.