Bartholomew Beck has a secret.
He saw who killed his neighbor, but he lied to the police and now the wrong man is on Death Row.
Oh, and he wrote a best-selling true crime book on the murder, further cementing his lies.
Twenty years after Summer Foster's death and his writing career is as cold as her mutilated corpse. He is working on a Texas oil pipeline and trying to get through the day when he finds a co-worker beaten to death with a screwdriver sticking out of her right eye — just like Summer.
This time he has to come clean with what he knows and Let the Guilty Pay.
“…a cleverly plotted, deftly paced page-turner. Treon dispenses the well-earned twists and reveals with the stiletto precision of a master.” — USA Today bestselling author Heather Young