When new student, Paul Sullivan arrives at his high school in Hamilton, Pennsylvania he is given the locker of dead student, Caleb Peters, who killed himself after shooting and killing seven other students at two members of staff from the school, the previous year.
Paul meets Terry Schwartz, editor of the school paper and gets roped into being her managing editor. His first assignment is to write a memorial piece on the victims giving him a chance to meet all of those who knew or came into contact with Caleb.
Whilst doing his research, Paul is not convinced events happened exactly as people remembered them, especially Caleb's death and he is determined to keep investigating. But not everyone thinks his meddling is a good idea and he is warned not to get in too deep, including Terry. However, Paul will stop at nothing until he uncovers the truth but this is something that will only end in disaster.
This book was very enjoyable. The storyline got straight to the point and I enjoyed the way the plot was split into Paul and Caleb's version of events revealing the real truth. The ending was decent enough even though you knew it was going to turn out this way after reading Caleb's story. The book was a good length and finished in time not to put readers off continuing the story.
An excellent read and a definite recommendation for those interested in thriller and suspense!