The story has an interesting premise; it’s told from the point of a woman who has been killed by her ex-husband. We’re introduced to her after she’s died and throughout the story we watch her come to terms with the realization that she is dead and the unraveling of the mystery of “why” she was killed. The “why” is really fascinating more so because it takes into account how every action or decision a person makes has a ripple effect and often unanticipated consequences. As a result, we watch as Laney attempts to correct some of these consequences from beyond the grave.
I really enjoyed this book and will have to check out her next one “Decoded”