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Kate and Gillian are stepsiblings, each bearing two generations’ worth of mental illness and cruelty. One is an obsessive-compulsive baker, the other an oversexed hyper-intellectual. Emotionally stunted adults, they live separate, brittle lives. But they converge when Jonah, Gillian’s beloved brother and a murder suspect, introduces himself to Kate.
As Jonah continues his unannounced visits, and a string of murders plagues the county, Kate can’t seem to stop wondering which sibling her mother loved most.
Felicia C. Sullivan is the author of the memoir The Sky Isn’t Visible from Here (Algonquin/Harper Perennial). She now maintains the popular lifestyle blog.