Reviews

  • A suspenseful, moving look at twisted maternal love and the limits of forgiveness

    People
  • Not only a terrific, spellbinding read but a fascinating meditation on the choices we make and the way we love.

    Elin Hilderbrand
  • Ross crafts a surprisingly sensitive meditation on the definitions of family and motherhood around a ripped-from-the-tabloids story.

    Publishers Weekly
  • A compelling and moving story that asks many questions about family, love, and justice… Moving at a hard-to-put-down, breathless pace, this is suspenseful fiction at its best.

    Library Journal
  • “like Emma Donoghue with Room…takes a shocking premise and uses it to illuminate our human condition. A writer of compelling lucidity and vivid precision, she has compassion for all her characters."

    Claire Messud

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