“What if you had to solve your own murder?

The brilliant Catherine McKenzie has crafted a twisty and toxic psychological deep dive into mother-daughter relationships, jealousy, obsession—and gaspingly surprising revenge.”

—Hank Phillipi Ryan, USA Today bestselling author of The First to Lie

When Jennifer Barnes discovers that she has six weeks to live and that she might’ve been poisoned a year earlier, she decides to use the time she has left to discover who wanted her gone.

About Catherine

Catherine is the USA Today Bestselling author of numerous novels including Hidden, I’ll Never Tell and Six Weeks to Live. She lives and writes in Montreal, Canada.


“With skillful plotting and flawless narration, McKenzie weaves together past and present in this twisty, page-turning and, ultimately, heartbreaking novel. Thoroughly enjoyable!”

—Wendy Walker, bestselling author of
Don't Look for Me

“A heart-wrenching, complex story of death, regret, and the impact our pasts have on our future.”

—Christina McDonald, USA Today
bestselling author

“With its impeccable plotting and ticking clock, Six Weeks to Live is the best kind of domestic suspense—a story both heartbreaking and visceral, surprising yet inevitable. Jennifer and her triplets will shock you from start to finish.”

—JT Ellison, New York Times bestselling author of Her Dark Lies and Good Girls Lie

“A smart, gripping, twisted story of dark family secrets. Six Weeks to Live will have readers feverishly turning pages until the final jaw-dropping conclusion.”

—Robyn Harding, #1 bestselling author of
 The Swap

Six Weeks to Live begins with a gut-punch of an opener: a poisoning with a fatal diagnosis, a woman with a mere six weeks to find the killer. Grief, secrets, revenge, guilt and blame—McKenzie weaves them all with a deft hand, turning up the heat with every chapter. A gripping page-turner that held me captive until the shocking end.”

—Kimberly Belle, bestselling author of The Stranger in the Lake and Dear Wife

“A twisty tale of secrets and lies that reverberate across generations of a dysfunctional family. Gripping and unputdownable.”

—Michele Campbell, internationally bestselling author of The Wife Who Knew Too Much



As four young clerks dive headfirst into the world of the Supreme Court, they’re forced to face the high-pressure decisions and shocking secrets that could make or break their careers.

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