84. Miracle Creek by Angie Kim
‘In a small town in Virginia a hyperbaric chamber being used to treat a variety of conditions blows up. It is apparent that the fire that caused the explosion was purposefully set. Now a mother of one of the children being treated there is on trial for the murder of her son and another mother whose child was in treatment. As the trial progresses we learn more about all the people in the hyperbaric chamber that day as well as the family who runs it and it becomes apparent that there is more to the story and the person who is on trial may not in fact be the one who set the fire. The way that the book is written does keep you guessing and make you feel like it really could have been any of the people who set the fire. I give it a 7 out of 10.