Atria/Emily Bestler Books | 5 July 2022 | 368 pgs
Source: Publisher via Edelweiss 

Molly and Katie Raven may be twins, but their personalities are totally different from each other. Molly is more like an introvert; keeping things to herself and finding comfort in security and routines. Katie, on the other hand, is outgoing and adventurous. At present, Molly lives in London while Katie in New York. They don't really contact much with each other partly due to the distance; and when Molly receives news about Katie that she's dead, she knew she has to get out from her comfort zones and travel across the ocean to find out about her death. 

Through the police's initial findings, it seems like there's nothing suspicious about Katie's death but Molly suspects there's more than meets the eye. As she tracks Katie's final movements, she's come to realise that her twin sister may not be the person whom she thinks she was. And the more Molly explores about Katie's past, the more she thinks that Katie's death may not be random or accidental. So what happened to Katie and is she murdered? 

This book explores the relationship and the dynamics between the twin sisters alongside the mystery. The first half was a slowburn as the reader get to know more about Molly, her characteristics and her overly cautious attitude that will lead you thinking if she was being paranoid, thus making her an unreliable character. Just when I thought things are going where I assumed them to be, there are further unexpected twists and turns as the story progresses, though you've to suspend some disbelief but I thought the execution and the plot have effectively diverted that little shortcoming so it wasn't too much of an issue to me. This book was a wild ride; and I'll be on the lookout for the author's next release. 
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