A woman missing.
A husband presumed guilty.
No proof. No witnesses.
One afternoon in November 1975, ten-year-old Miranda Larkin comes home from school to find her house eerily quiet. Her mother is missing. Nothing else is out of place. There is no sign of struggle. Her mom’s pocketbook remains in the front hall, in its usual spot.
So begins a mystery that will span a lifetime. What happened to Jane Larkin?
Investigators suspect Jane’s husband. A criminal defense attorney, Dan Larkin would surely be an expert in outfoxing the police. But no evidence is found linking him to a crime, and the case fades from the public’s memory, a simmering, unresolved riddle.
Jane’s three children—Alex, Jeff, and Miranda—are left to be raised by the man who may have murdered their mother.
Two decades later, the remains of Jane Larkin are found. The investigation is awakened. The children, now grown, are forced to choose sides. With their father or against him? Guilty or innocent? And what happens if they are wrong?
A tale about family—family secrets and vengeance, but also family love—All That Is Mine I Carry With Me masterfully grapples with a primal question: When does loyalty reach its limit?
An enthralling mystery and a haunting family tragedy, heartbreaking in places, with deeply drawn characters and all the thrills of a classic whodunnit … I couldn’t put this down. You won’t be able to either.
Alex MichaelidesAuthor of The Silent Patient and The Maidens
Astonishing, powerful, and provocative, this book is worth the excruciating wait for another William Landay.
Louise Penny#1 New York Times bestselling author of A World of Curiosities
Masterful, original, and riveting, and the best book I’ve read in quite a while … With its subtle mystery and compelling portraits of how lives are transformed in the aftermath of violent crime, it possessed me from the very first line to the last page.
Scott TurowAuthor of Presumed Innocent and Suspect
With All That Is Mine I Carry With Me, the masterful author of Defending Jacob has created something riveting, unforgettable, and original—unlike any other crime novel I’ve read.
Joseph FinderNew York Times bestselling author of House on Fire
Riveting, intense, and breathtakingly compelling … William Landay has brilliantly broken every rule of storytelling in this haunting masterpiece of a novel—part legal thriller, part family drama, and part literary tour de force.
Hank Phillippi-RyanUSA Today bestselling author of The House Guest
Absolutely unputdownable, with an ingenious plot and a cast of comprehensive, accurately depicted characters.