Published: December 9, 2014
A shocking death exposes dangerous forces of seduction, obsession, and vengeance lurking beneath the idyllic surface of a prestigious New England university.
It is more than just the late November weather that has cast a chill over the campus of Atherton University. When the wife of respected professor Eric Eberman is killed in a tragic accident, his secret student lover, Randall Stone, fears the professor tried to avert career suicide by committing homicide. Or do the dead woman’s haunting last words point to an even more damning crime?
Fearing the truth, Randall digs into his lover’s hidden history. But what he finds draws him and everyone he cares for into a dark dance of sexual manipulation, twisted retribution, and murderous rage where nothing is as it seems. And no one will escape from it unscathed…if they escape at all.
In this emotionally gripping tale from New York Times bestselling author Christopher Rice, the past may seem buried, but it can come back with a deadly vengeance.
I’m not really sure how I feel about this book, (I rated it three out of five stars but I think I was too generous).
What started out as a who-dun-it, ended (at least for me) a muddled mess.
It’s convoluted , at times difficult to follow, and what you think you know turns out to be wrong.
It was okay but unless you really want to become invested in the storyline, which involves college life, the elite rich, sexual undertones everywhere, murder, revenge and a very weird ending, don’t even start it. Just saying …