Megan GoldinThe Night Swim
When Rachel begins to receive anonymous letters from a woman asking for help investigating the murder of her sister twenty-five years ago, she can’t help but feel obligated to help the woman.
As Rachel unveils details about both cases, she also begins to notice the similarities between them. And as she draws nearer to the truth, she also draws nearer to a murderer.
The reader gets to follow both cases as Rachel attempts to determine the guilty party and the author builds suspense expertly! I found myself unable to put this book down. Note, however, that this book could be triggering for some as it involves a rape trial and sexual assault.