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Eve Gold's birthdays are killers, and her twenty-seventh birthday proves to be no different. But for the up-and-coming Vancouver artist, facing death isn't the real shock—it's what comes after.
Recovering from a near-fatal accident, Eve is determined to return to the life she's always wanted: a successful artistic career, marriage to the man who once broke her heart, and another chance at motherhood. But brain damage leaves her forgetful, confused, and tortured by repressed memories of a deeply troubled childhood, where her innocence was stolen one lie—and one suspicious death—at a time.
As the dark, twisted story unfolds, Eve must choose between clinging to the lies that helped her survive her childhood and unearthing the secrets she buried long ago.
"Tangible, taut, and maddeningly suspenseful, The Day She Died pulls you in and won't let go." ―R.M. Greenaway, author of the B.C. Blues crime series
"The Day She Died is as unique as it is gripping... a twisting, time-tumbling narrative that drives the action toward a conclusion that is both unexpected and thoroughly satisfying. S.M. Freedman's prose is clean and crisp; her storytelling utterly compelling." ―June Hutton, author of Underground, Two Gun & Sun, and Four Umbrellas
"The opening takes off like a bullet train, hurtling through heartbreak, memory, family, and loss, to an ending which stays with you long after the stunning final chapter. Breathlessly paced and expertly wrought, The Day She Died proves S.M. Freedman is a master of psychological suspense." ―Sam Wiebe, award-winning author of the Wakeland series