"In Reznik's debut novel, a woman confronts long-buried secrets when an old college friend commits suicide. . . . While effective as a page turner, the novel also tells a timeless, universal tale of a woman's journey toward self-acceptance. An exciting tale of past crimes and dangerous friendships." -Kirkus Reviews
"Laila Levin is an I.T. executive in Austin, TX, with a happy marriage and a successful career. But her life is about to get much more complicated. Laila is forced to confront a dark part of her past that she never shared with her husband. . . . Readers, particularly those who remember the late 1960's, will find this and entertaining read." -Publishers Weekly
★★★★★ "I love a mystery and I love stories about the late 60's/early 70's and this book has both. Really fun read." -Barbara Gaines, Executive Producer, The Late Show with David Letterman
★★★★★ "It's one of those books that takes two different time periods in a woman's life and as the story unfolds weaves them together gradually in a very clever way. . . . As someone who is selective about what I read, this book didn't disappoint. Great mystery and suspense. Add a star if you were a "flower child" from the sixties. -Les Goodstein, Former President and COO of the New York Daily News.
★★★★★ "Gone Girl in the sixties." Amazon Reviewer
From the Author
This book is dedicated to all baby boomers who survived the late 60's and 70's, as well as those that didn't. Hope you enjoy the ride. --Lara