Lilian and Rosie have been estranged for a couple of years. When Rosie reaches out and wants to have dinner, Lillian is hesitant. Does she really want to bail her sister out again? Encouraged by her husband, Lily agrees and she and Rosie head out into questionable weather for dinner at a restaurant that has fond family memories for both of them.
As they head to the restaurant, Rosie confides that she has met someone, and that she has news to share with Lily, important news that could mean “life or death.” The storm worsens, and in a moment of terror, a car rams Rosie and Lillian from behind. Lillian is okay, but Rosie suffers a traumatic brain injury.
It is here that Bradeigh Godfrey truly begins the wild ride that is this story. Rosie’s injury is one that has caused her to think her sister is an imposter and Lillian becomes convinced that the accident was not an accident, and as she tries to piece together her sister’s life before the accident, unknowingly places both of them in more and more danger as she discovers and begins to put together the details that led up to the accident.
As the tension builds, the book becomes nearly impossible to put down until the final twist that comes out of nowhere. The intrigue is beautifully written and Imposter, explores family relationships and how they affect our whole lives as well as he weaves the mystery that keeps the pages turning until the reader reluctantly reaches the end.
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