Synopses & Reviews
A new tale of psychological suspense and family drama from the author Mostly Murder says "rivals Mary Higgins Clark".
Suki Jacobs is a Boston Forensic Psychologist Who has it all in a '90s kind of way: two teenage kids, a small house in a wealthy town, and an ex-husband off "finding himself" in New Zealand. Then, her seventeen-year-old daughter is charged with the mysterious murder of the girl's ex-boyfriend. In a town filled with enemies, Suki must look to one of her patients, a convicted murderer whose insights threaten to reveal shocking truths about her perfect daughter, their quiet community, and the power it takes to protect, defend ... and kill.
Shapiro knows Boston and all its quirks and uses it to give readers a fascinating glimpse into a small, wealthy, backbiting New England suburb where everyone knows everybody's business and the most powerful political figure is the head of the town sports center. Appealing to fans of mystery, psychological suspense thrillers, and intense family drama, Blind Spot's mesmerizing plot rivals bestsellers Before and After and See Jane Run.
"Blind Spot is wonderfully crafted, beautifully written and solid as a rock". -- Robert B. Parker
"This is a thriller you won't be able to put down". -- Deborah Crombie