Rachel Collins is thriving and about to celebrate her sweet sixteenth birthday. She has great friends, a new boyfriend and loving parents, what more could a girl want? But when a shock murder at her party unravels a dark web of lies in her family, Rachel questions everything she’s ever known.
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