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As a psychiatrist, Nadine Lavoie wants to help people, but she has dark troubles of her own – some she can’t even think about and some she can’t even remember.

When a distraught young woman is taken to the hospital where Nadine works, it triggers horrific memories for Nadine. Digging deeper, she forces herself to confront her past and the damage done to her when she and her brother were brought to a remote commune as children.

What happened to the innocent girl she once was? Why was her family destroyed? Nadine has no idea that by asking these questions, she will put herself in a danger she could never have imagined.


Chevy Stevens intelligently and relentlessly pulls the reader deeper into the nightmarish world of a cult whilst compelling you to read just one more page . . .
Rosamund Lupton
A harrowing tale of manipulation that got under my skin by the end of the first chapter
Linwood Barclay
A chilling, compelling read
William Landay, author of Defending Jacob
Frank, fierce, and sometimes even funny, this is a dark tale pinpricked with light-and told by an unforgettable heroine
Gillian Flynn on Still Missing
Stevens writes amazing psychological suspense, and fans of Lisa Gardner will enjoy this enticing and simmering page-turner . . . Another winner from a thriller author whose reputation will only continue to grow
Library Journal
Stevens, a specialist in high-toned psychological thrills, delivers the goods once more
Kirkus Reviews