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The voice in her head says he’s guilty. She knows he’s innocent.

Devon Burges is in the throes of a high-risk birth when she learns of her dear friend’s murder. The police quickly name another friend as the chief suspect, but Devon doesn’t buy it—and despite her difficult recovery, she decides to investigate.

Haunted by postpartum problems that manifest as a cruel voice in her head, Devon is barely getting by. Yet her instincts are still sharp, and she’s bent on proving her friend’s innocence.

But as Devon digs into the evidence, the voice in her head grows more insistent, the danger more intense. Each layer is darker, more disturbing, and she’s not sure she—or her baby—can survive what lies at the truth.

From the Editor

When babies are born, we expect their mothers to whisper to the infants in their arms, not whisper to the judgmental voices in their heads.

But Devon Burges can’t seem to quiet the voice that says she’s a bad parent, and that if she had died giving birth, maybe, somehow her friend Belina wouldn’t have been murdered. And then she wouldn’t be here, failing at parenting, making a mess of a police investigation, and dredging up old memories that no one wants to discuss.

Author Vanessa Lillie has created a propulsive mystery that is about both a woman’s complicated investigation of her friend’s murder and her sometimes-losing battle with postpartum depression. Devon wants to believe that her internal monologue won’t affect her external actions, but it’s the intersection of these two worlds that makes this one of the most compelling mysteries I’ve read this year.

Lillie crafts a narrative that calls into question everything we know about our friends, and more important, everything we know about ourselves. Somehow Lillie manages to deliver not one but two twists, which had me flipping back through the pages to read again. – Jessica Tribble, Editor