Godfrey’s Island is the worst place to be stranded when someone is out to get you…
The fog hangs low in the day. And at night, no one leaves.
Rose, a talented young artist, travels to the island to paint a portrait of renowned opera singer Anita Low. As Rose temporarily moves in with Anita and her husband Oliver, she can’t help but notice an undercurrent of tension running through their seemingly perfect marriage.
Oliver seethes with resentment, consumed by Anita’s success. Anita remains haunted by the memory of her first husband, David, whose life was cut short by a tragic accident.
Driven by an insatiable curiosity, Rose is consumed by the mystery surrounding David’s death. Why did he drive into the depths of the sea that fateful night? Was it an accident, or did someone want David dead?
As Rose digs deeper, she uncovers a web of hidden truths and secret desires. The longer she stays on the island, the more she’s convinced that she’s living with the people who hold the key to David’s demise.
Someone wants the past to stay buried, and they will go to any lengths to keep it that way.
A short, suspenseful read by the bestselling author of Silent Child.