Thrilling psychological suspense in which a parent faces his worst fears.
On a March night outside the river town of Barron, Minnesota, three teenage girls gather in a ghost town to play a terrifying game of Russian roulette.
By morning, one girl will be dead, and another in jail. Olivia Hawk claims she didn't pull the trigger on Ashlynn Steele, but no one believes her.
Olivia's best hope is her estranged father, an attorney from the city, who she barely knows any more. And if he's going to prove Olivia's innocence, he's going to have to learn everything about her public - and private - life, however much she might like to keep hidden.
Brian Freeman is the author of several acclaimed psychological suspense thrillers. His novels have been sold in forty-six countries and twenty languages. His debut, IMMORAL, won the Macavity Award and was a finalist for the Edgar and Dagger Awards for best first novel.
His novel SPILLED BLOOD won the International Thriller Writers' Best Hardcover Novel Award.
Brian and his wife Marcia live in Minnesota.