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by Dixon, Dianne

One sister has everything. Her twin hates her for it.

Would life be better without Ali? Probably. At least then people might think about Morgan. Ali's always gotten everything—she doesn't even realize how much Morgan resents her.

Ali also doesn't realize that when she shuts Morgan out entirely, she will unleash a chain of events that reveal just how dangerous the underside of love really is. As their lives spin toward something neither one of them can control, a terrifying crime reveals how those who know us best can destroy us...or save us.

Dianne Dixon is a television writer from California, who was awarded the Humanitas Prize for Excellence in Screenwriting and is a double Emmy nominee. Dixon is a former Visiting Professor of Creative Writing at Pitzer College in Claremont, California, a nominee for the Mary Routt Chair of Writing at Scripps College, and has taught screenwriting at the Dodge College of Film & Media at Chapman University in Orange, California. She is the author of The Language of Secrets (Doubleday 2010) and The Book of Someday (Sourcebooks 2013).

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