I can already tell this is going to be a riveting thriller. Told from the viewpoint of the psychotherapist who will be treating Alicia, it's fast paced, subtle and building dread from the very first page. She killed her husband, and then painted a portrait of herself looking back at the audience viewing the portrait. But now, ever since the murder, she hasn't spoken a word. Why? That's what Theo Faber is there to find out, and that's what I'm desperate to know too. This book has me hooked and I'm so excited to read more!