When her best friend Billy is charged with murder, Robyn is determined to prove his innocence. Things have changed in Robyn's world. Her friends Morgan and Billy, formerly a couple, have broken up and Billy is not reacting well. He continues to pester Morgan and even starts a fight with her new love, Sean Sloane. Robyn, who is also still pining over her ex-boyfriend Nick, isn't sure how to deal with the awkwardness of this situation. Until, one night, hockey star Sean Sloane is found dead at the rink. With all evidence pointing to Billy, Robyn gets back to work, and uncovers some truths about Sean Sloane - the popular boy, who wasn't who he appeared to be.
Norah McClintock has won an unprecedented five Arthur Ellis Awards for Mistaken Identity, The Body in the Basement, Sins of the Father, Scared to Death and Break and Enter - an accomplishment not matched by any other YA writer. She was also nominated for the Arthur Ellis Award for her non-fiction title: Body, Crime, Suspect and for the prestigious Anthony Award for No Escape.