In this suspense novel, which will appeal to fans of Gone Girl, it's clear that the truth is not always what it seems . . .
There are secrets in every marriage . . . and some are more dangerous than others.
Sarah and Marco Moretti are the perfect couple. Together they have travelled the globe building high-profile careers as archeologists. Now, at a dig in Florence, they are on the brink of the discovery of a lifetime.
However their marriage is not what it seems.
On the very evening that Sarah uncovers the San Gennaro necklace – a long-lost antiquity that will bring them worldwide fame - she witnesses Marco kissing another woman. Blinded by tears, she drives home alone in the dead of night . . .
When Sarah wakes up in hospital, she has no memory of the car accident that brought her there - or the 48 hours preceding it.
Gone is the knowledge of her husband’s infidelity. But gone too is all recollection of finding the precious necklace.
And the loss of those two crucial memories will have devastating repercussions…
'Australia's answer to Gillian Flynn, Landsman's Gone Girl-esque novel will keep you guessing.' Marie Claire
'Sydney author Lexi Landsman follows up her beloved debut, The Ties That Bind, with a whip-smart domestic thriller set in Florence, Italy. Told from the perspectives of both spouses and their two young-adult children, this pacey suspense story kept us glued to the page, eager to unravel the truth about a marriage that looks flawless from the outside.' iBooks
“Australia's answer to Gillian Flynn, Landsman's Gone Girl-esque novel will keep you guessing.”
“Friends call them the perfect couple but pretty soon it’s clear that the celeb archaeologists’ marriage has more cracks than a dug-up artefact. The fiendish plot twists when the necklace disappears make this a thriller above the ordinary.”
“Lexi Landsman has crafted an unsettling, suspense thriller that will keep any reader wondering what will happen next. She carefully allows you to think all the details have been laid on the table and then, at an appropriate moment, pops in that one little piece of information that changes the whole perception of an event.”
Glam Adelaide Magazine