Everything is falling apart for Joanne Hunter. Her husband of nearly 20 years has walked out. Her best friend is strangely distant. And her grandfather lies ill and helpless in a nursing home.
And then there are the phone calls. At first annoying, they soon become something more. In her Great Neck, NY, community, three housewives have been brutally murdered, and Joanne fears the killer may now be stalking her. But no one-the police, Eve, nor her husband-take her seriously. As Joanne tries to get on with her life, the threatening calls continue.
Joy Fielding has once again combined contemporary domestic situations with heart-stopping chills and suspense.