Almost Home by Pam Jenoff

Pam Jenoff you are a genius!

I couldn't get enough of this book. Brilliant work, full of mystery and betrayal, I couldn't read fast enough to find out the truth about what happened, and who was behind all the murders. And just as the story finished the climax another one started. Pulling me even more into it. It's a good thing I got the second book already or I would go crazy. The book starts with Jordan, an American diplomat, after ten years she is still grieving for her boyfriend Jared who drowned in the river Cam two weeks before graduation at Cambridge. She swore she would never return to London, she couldn't bare to see the place where she had seen him last. But that all changes when Jordan finds out her friend from College is terminally ill, she decides to go to London to help her friend, while taking a job there. Just as she is ready to start her life in London Chris, a friend from school tells her that Jared didn't drown, he was murdered. She soon discovers that Jared's research of WWII uncovered a secret that some will go to great lengths to cover. She must now find out who killed him and why. The truth has to be revealed, even if it threatens to change her life forever.