Perfect for fans of Helene Tursten and Caroline B. Cooney, a grieving grandmother turns to murder in Rebecca Keller's taut debut mystery that explores the bonds of family and the grudges we refuse to let go. When retired nurse Frannie Greene moves into a senior living apartment, she finds a compelling friendship with her new neighbor Katherine, only to discover that Katherine is married to the judge who Frannie believes is implicated in the death of her beloved granddaughter. Observing the medication cart sparks Frannie's darkest imagination, and her desire for revenge combines with her medical expertise. In one dreadful, impulsive moment, she tampers with the medicine. However, the next day, someone is dead, and Frannie realizes the gravity of what she's done. The police get involved, and suspicions gather around someone Frannie knows to be innocent. Wracked with remorse, Frannie's anxiety becomes unbearable. As she works to make it right, Frannie discovers that things are more complicated than they seem. She's spent years aching for accountability from people in power. Is she the one who now needs to be held culpable? What really happened that night?
Author: Rebecca A. Keller Publisher: Crooked Lane Books Published: 04/04/2023 Pages: 320 Binding Type: Hardcover Weight: 0.80lbs Size: 8.20h x 5.80w x 1.20d ISBN: 9781639102600
About the Author Rebecca A. Keller is an award-winning writer, an internationally exhibited artist, a college professor, a Fulbright Artist/Scholar, and recipient of grants from National Endowment for the Arts, Illinois Arts Council, and College Art Association.