Eleven years ago, Kate disappears from a Target parking lot. Her daughter and husband move on, with the husband eventually remarrying. Except then Kate returns. But as the family unravels, shocking revelations show that Kate isn’t exactly who she said she was, and her return is more sinister than anybody knew.
With an excellent premise like that, I was excited to read this book. There are definitely sinister vibes there at the end, and the story moves at a good pace. But be forewarned, the plot deals heavily with cults, something I personally struggle with a bit.