Linda Orett has tried desperately to erase her past. But a new home, new friends, and even a new name are not enough. For Linda, the abyss of memory is too deep—and impossible to cross. And now a radio bulletin has pierced the fragile bubble of her new existence. In her former hometown, a child has been found dead, murdered under the same circumstances as her daughter three years before . . . a case in which the police had only one suspect: Linda.
Tried for the murder of her own child, Linda was ultimately freed on a legal technicality, and she and her husband, Matt, fled to a small coastal town in the hope of rebuilding their shattered lives. But the wounds have been reopened, the blood of memory flows once again, and the most chilling images and events from Linda’s past flicker and flood into view. She plunges into the dark and dangerous world of self-doubt, a world where anything is possible and where no one can be trusted—not the police, not her husband . . . and not even herself.
Praise for A Single Stone
“Riveting and original.”—Cosmopolitan
“Breathlessly mounting suspense.”—Kirkus Reviews
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About Marilyn Wallace
Marilyn Wallace’s first novel, A Case of Loyalties, won the Macavity Award for Best First Novel in 1986. Her second, Primary Target, was nominated for an Anthony Award. She is also the editor of the Sisters in Crime anthologies, which… More about Marilyn Wallace
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Published by Crimeline Jul 01, 1992| 332 Pages| 4-3/16 x 6-7/8| ISBN 9780553298338