I'm a fan of Kimberly McCreight. I loved Reconstructing Amelia that I read a few years ago. She is one of a handful of authors who I will read without question.
Molly has been struggling with the unexpected loss of her second child while still in utero. Like any mother, she blames herself. She became depressed causing a strain on her marriage and on her daughter. To get away, she and her family move to a new place and Molly becomes resumes her job as a journalist with a small paper. She usually handles the social columns but, while the lead reporters are out of town, a story lands in Molly's lap. It's a murder - and the victim is a newborn baby.
Molly's husband is afraid that the story will bring up Molly's depression about the loss of their own child, but Molly feels like this is a story that she has to tell.
There are so many twists and turns through this cast of memorable characters. I really enjoyed reading it. I gave it four stars and I love that I never saw it coming. At least not completely.