This psychological thriller was told from two points of view with different time frames-one presented in journal form and the other in present time. The main plot revolves around a psychotherapist’s interest in “saving” a patient who has not spoken since she was convicted of murdering her husband. As the mystery unfolds, the reader is pulled into both the therapist’s and the patient’s painful pasts, which does the job well to build sympathy for both. The question on my mind the entire read was whether or not the patient was actually guilty as well as how far would the therapist go to find out. The story has plenty of twists and wraps up nicely in the end. It was a satisfying, though also admittedly disturbing, read.