Amnesia and an unspeakable crime have stolen everything from Jane Doe except the haunting image of a girl in a yellow dress, which replays itself over and over in her mind. Small town cop Elias McAvoy is haunted as well, by the crushing guilt he feels over the deaths of two women, one by his own hand. He can't - he won't - let Jane down too. Together they delve deeper into Jane's case, battling against her memory loss, and an increasingly tangled web of lies and murder that span 40 years - and ties Elias and Jane together in ways they never imagined. As the mystery of the girl in the yellow dress unfold, so does Elias and Jane's love for each other. However, when the killer reappears, intent on finishing what he started, Elias must face his demons in order to save the woman he loves or lose her forever.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
There were some great moments of edge of your seat tension when the killer was closing in and time was running out.