The Passenger, by Lisa Lutz
I know I’m reading a good thriller when my hands are glued to it.
When Tanya finds her husband dead at the base of the stairs she does the only thing she knows; cash in her credit cards, get new passport and flee town. Hiding from a dark past, there is no safe place and her secret is short lived when Blue, a female bartender unveil Tanya’s secret.
On their way to freedom the two women form a dangerous yet very profound alliance, which will bring them exactly where they’re supposed to be.
This story is about love and betrayal but also friendship and restitution for a woman who’s running far and fast from her past.