The rest of the book, you learn about Helen's relationship with her Mother, her growing up years, her relationship with her Dad and also with her two daughters.
Mixed in amongst these remembrances, she worries and stews about the fact that she killed her mother and whether she is going to be caught.
I liked this book because the relationships seemed real - even the tortuous one with her mother.
What didn't seem real was a relationship she started with her best friend's son who is 10-20 years younger than she is.
Despite the fact that this last relationship didn't seem real, the book was able to stand on its own.
Rating: 7 / 10
Publisher: Little, Brown and Co.
Edition: 1st Edition