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When she saw her on the television news, she was shocked to see that her sister had been dead for fifteen years.
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Josie Bianci died years ago on a train when a terrorist attack occurred. Her sister, Kit, who is an emergency room doctor in Santa Cruz, always believed that. Yet all it takes are a few heart-wringing seconds to upend her world. A live video feed from a club fire in Auckland showed a woman staggering through the smoke and debris, but she was not injured. She looks exactly like Josie. And unmistakable. It brings grief, loss, and even anger. But it gives her a chance to put an end to the lies she’s been telling herself for years.
“From the author of The Art of Inheriting Secrets comes a new emotional story of two sisters, an entire ocean of lies, and the search for the truth.”
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After arriving in New York, Kit begins her journey by remembering the times she spent on the beach with her best friend Josie. Of a lost teenager who’d become a member of their family. And of trauma, they’ve had since childhood. If two sisters are to reunify, they must uncover long-hidden secrets and face a devastating truth that has separated them for far too long. If they want to get back together, they may have to give up everything.
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