Dark Places by Gillian Flynn
In her 2009 sophomore novel, Dark Places, Gillian Flynn tells the story of Libby Day, the sole survivor of a massacre that took the lives of her mother and sisters. When her brother is implicated in the crime, she testifies against him and does her best to put the past behind her. But 25 years later, after a group of young investigators suggest that her brother is innocent, new evidence comes to light and Libby begins to question the truth. The novel alternates narrators, bouncing from Libby to her brother, Ben, to their deceased mother, Patty. The multiple viewpoints combined create a clear and disturbing picture of this dark, family tragedy.