Some doors are locked for a reason…
While eleven-year-old Nora Davis was up in her bedroom doing homework, she had no idea her father was killing women in the basement.
Until the day the police arrived at their front door.
Decades later, Nora’s father is spending his life behind bars, and Nora is a successful surgeon with a quiet, solitary existence. Nobody knows her father was a notorious serial killer. And she intends to keep it that way.
Then Nora discovers one of her young female patients has been murdered. In the same unique and horrific manner that her father used to kill his victims.
Somebody knows who Nora is. Somebody wants her to take the fall for this unthinkable crime. But she’s not a killer like her father. The police can’t pin anything on her.
As long as they don’t look in her basement.
It’s hard to believe that someone can overcome being the daughter of a serial killer, let alone grow up to become a top rated surgeon respected in her field. You may be thinking… clearly this psychological thriller was written to make you believe that she turns out to be crazy like her father. Maybe… maybe not.
But, one thing you can be sure of is that Freida McFadden will make you think you’ve figured it out several times throughout the story. I mean who else could be to blame for the brutal murder of two women, also past patients of Nora Davis, when the women were murdered in the exact same way her father’s victims were murdered?
Well, just know that most likely your theories will be wrong and before you know it, you will be shocked by the way McFadden weaves together this thriller!
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#1 Amazon bestselling author Freida McFadden is a practicing physician specializing in brain injury who has penned multiple Kindle bestselling psychological thrillers and medical humor novels. She lives with her family and black cat in a centuries-old three-story home overlooking the ocean, with staircases that creak and moan with each step, and nobody could hear you if you scream. Unless you scream really loudly, maybe.
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