Scenes of the crime

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New York : Bantam Books, ©2023.
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384 pages ; 21 cm
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New York : Bantam Books, ©2023.


"A remote winery. A missing friend. And they all had sour grapes. It should have been the perfect getaway. Five girlfriends. A remote winery on the Oregon coast. An infinite supply of delicious wine at their manicured fingertips. But then their center-beautiful, magnetic Vanessa Morales-vanished, never to be seen again. Emily Fischer was perhaps the last person to see her alive. But now, years later, Emily has caught a glimpse of her again at her local café. Or so she thinks. At the end of her rope working a lucrative yet mind-numbing gig on a network sitcom, Emily is inspired to finally tell the story that's been percolating inside her for so long: Vanessa's story. But to do that, she needs to know what really happened on that fateful night. So she puts a devious plan into motion. She gets the girls together again under the guise of reconnecting and they return to the scene of the crime. There's Brittany, Vanessa's cousin and the inheritor of the winery; Paige, a former athlete, bullish yet easily manipulated; and Lydia, the wallflower of the group. One of them knows the truth. But what have they each been hiding? And has Emily, the narrator of her own story, failed to acknowledge her involvement in the yarn she's been spinning? Suspenseful, entertaining, and interspersed with scenes from Emily's blockbuster screenplay, Scenes of the Crime is an unforgettable mystery that examines culpability, the shiny rearview mirror of Hollywood storytelling, and the pitfalls of female friendship"--,Provided by publisher.

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