Jennifer McMahon delivers a chilling New York Times best-selling tale of shattered innocence and haunting memories. After she sees a six-foot white rabbit kidnap a seven-year-old Vermont girl, 23-year-old Rhonda joins the hunt for the abductor. But when evidence implicates Peter—her childhood friend and high school crush — Rhonda determines to exonerate him and to reconcile gnawing secrets from their past.
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“This smart mystery-thriller grabs you by the throat and won’t let go.” (People)
"Haunting . . . McMahon expertly shifts between pivotal events in the past and present-day action, building tension to a resolution both poignant and shattering." (Publishers Weekly)
"As in her assured debut novel, Promise Not to Tell, McMahon offers a moving if bittersweet portrait of childhood . . . readers will be hooked on both the mystery element and the coming-of-age aspects of this atmospheric novel." (Booklist)
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I would be OK with a novel that was improbable and melodramatic if it didn't seem to be striving for psychological realism. The characters were very familiar "types", the plot events, including the plot "twists" were very predictable. Just formulaic.
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