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Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2020
Heather lives in Los Angeles & makes good money as a successful private investigator. Many of her clients are wealthy celebrities. She's mostly hired to surveil cheating spouses for divorce cases. She has never been engaged or married. It's because of what happened to her younger sister in high school & what Heather did about it afterwards. Heather's best friend Lindsay is the only person she had told what she'd done that awful night. And, now Lindsay is dead.
Heather goes back home to Iowa to express her condolences to Lindsay's mother in person & to attend her 20th class reunion dedicated in Lindsay's memory. At her table, a waiter approaches with a floral arrangement of forget-me-nots with a card that says "you deserve to die". There's no denying the fact that the disturbing message reads like a threat. The next card arrives in the mail with the words "once a killer, always a killer".
Someone has discovered her secret! Had Lindsay broken her trust & told someone??? Someone extremely dangerous is targeting Heather & her former classmates. They make a list of possible suspects. Heather runs some background checks & pursues some leads. But, her friends are starting to think she's a psycho loner who's come back to bump them off. Someone knows what she did!
It makes sense to her that a woman is behind what's happening. The vengeful notes & the flowers aren't something a man would gravitate toward. Her suspicion that Lindsay had been murdered cannot yet be backed up with evidence. But, she does eventually find the connection she had been searching for - the missing link - and the investigation takes an abrupt change of course.
A woman whose desire for revenge has festered for 2 decades is coming after Heather & her once tight-knit group of friends. Lindsay's so-called accident had been a meticulously planned murder & the perpetrator isn't finished yet.