"Fewer red herrings would have made this a better read, but Hayes' tale succeeds despite them."
Told from the points of view of three women whose lives intertwine, Hayes (Someone Else's Son, 2011, etc.) sets her new novel in Birmingham, England, and spins out a plot that twists and turns from beginning to the end.
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