The Blurb On The Back:
The first and most important lesson in acting is to read your audience. Know what they want you to be and give it to them.
Hattie Hoffman knows the power of acting. Become whatever people want you to be and they will love you; and when they love you, the power is in your hands.
When Hattie is stabbed to death on the opening night of her high school play, the only suspect is a Shakespearean curse. Sheriff Del Goodman looked on Hattie as a daughter. He vows to hunt down her killer, but discovers instead the full extent of Hattie’s acting talents. She held their small town in her thrall, but as more of her secrets are revealed, and mask after mask is discarded, he realises the girl he knew was far from the true Hattie Hoffman.
The Review (Cut For Spoilers):