At first, Bridget Corrigan's work with her twin brother's senatorial campaign is an exciting distraction from the trauma of her messy divorce. But everything changes when Bridget is reminded of the secret she and Brad have been keeping since high school, a secret that could destroy the campaign - and their lives. Someone else knows what they did. Someone who's been picking off the members of their little group one by one....
His job keeps him busy, but he loves every moment of it. Following them, photographing them, and immortalizing them on canvas. He knows exactly how they'll look when the last breath is drawn, because he has planned out their deaths with perfect precision. And the best is yet to come: Bridget Corrigan. He has very special plans for her portrait; she just doesn't know it yet.
With every "accident" that befalls the members of her old clique, Bridget feels danger edging closer to home. Yet uncovering the truth about the killer would mean revealing what really happened that horrible night years ago. She'll have to find someone to trust - the question is, who? Because turning to the wrong person could be the last mistake she ever makes....
©2005 Kevin O’Brien (P)2016 Tantor
I did not realize this is not a new book, only new to Audible. However, I found it to be another excellent book written by Kevin O'Brien.
This is a book about keeping secrets. Teenage fraternal twins, boy/girl and their friends do something they will live to regret. Now, 20 years later someone is killing them one at a time. By this time the Brad, the male twin is in politics while his recently separated sister does his PR, scheduling and various out her duties to make his run for the senate a success.
In the midst of all this everyone involved in their "mistake" is being killed, ditto for everyone any of them have ever told.
Who knows what they did and who wants revenge? And one of the twisted killers had his own agenda and this really puts Bridget in all sorts of danger.
The ending gives this book a final twist that is one of those "I knew it!" moments.
It is a little dated but mostly by the use of pay phones!
I thoroughly enjoy this author, his books are complex and twisted. I like that you almost never know if someone is a good/bad guy until the end and you never know who is trustworthy. Happily this book has two (maybe three) such characters.
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