Two screams rang out on the still morning air, shattering the middle class complacency.
Shannon Clarke lay dying in the peaceful affluence of Kinsale Bay. She was unconscious to the drama surrounding her. Her voice, now dulled and inanimate, cried out for the truth.

A major police search began for the burglar that her husband, Graham, was convinced had murdered her. However, it quickly became clear that there was no burglar, and the finger of suspicion pointed squarely at him. Was her death a tragic, accidental drowning or a meticulously calculated murder?
As the police and media spotlights hone in, the truth is forced from the shadows. The web of lies which had been so intricately woven starts to unravel.
Murderers kill more than their victims, but some bonds survive even death…


The most suspenseful book I read all year. Pleasantly creepy….plotted with precision and narrated with real intelligence. The strong characterizations blend well with the storyline, a thriller and definitely a page turner. Smooth and well flowing words and sentences make this an enjoyable read. ~ Mary Ann, Amazon

Author, Joanne Clancy, wrote an excellent murder/mystery that gives you a look at everyone that is affected by a horrific crime like this..In one split second with lies, deceit, blood spilled, shatters all lives involved…Including the one who thought he had the perfect plan…. Like a rippling effect…All the characters were fully developed, and you can feeling the painful emotions, confusion and shock by this tradgey…Things will never be the same again, and some are even haunted by visions forever… ~ Robin Lee, Amazon Top 500 Reviewer

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