All the clues point to one person; Avery is sure of it. Of course, she's been wrong about almost everything so far. As she searches for clues with her Vessel and Clark Daniels, she realizes that some things aren't adding up.
Will Avery and her friends be able to find out who the killer is or are they headed for another dead end? And how exactly do you accuse someone of murder?
Things are bound to get awkward as the summer comes to an end and Avery is forced to look at people differently than she ever has before.
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Avery is destined to be the queen of senior year at Clearview Academy... at least, until she's murdered over the summer.
When she wakes up behind a dumpster in an alley, she knows something is wrong. Things go from really bad to worse for Avery after she's visited by a Reaper and realizes that she's dead. Now she needs to find her vessel – a boy who shares her birthday, a boy she wouldn't be caught dead with.
With Clark being the only one who can see her, Avery is quickly finding out that her picture perfect prom queen life might be as fake as the blonde in her hair. Whether it's being dead that's messing with her mind or it's from spending so much time with him – Avery is actually starting to like Clark. As if things weren't bad enough.
But there's no time for that; not with a Reaper breathing down her ghostly neck. She has to find her killer, and fast. Her time is running out.