I've been a fan of George Stephanopoulos since his days in the Clinton administration. I liked his political memoir, All Too Human as well which was published back in 1999. Well, now I watch George most days on Good Morning, America. At the end of the year, all of the Good Morning, America anchors talked about their favorite books of the year, and Fool Me Once was George's pick. So I checked it out!
This is a super fast-paced story about Maya Stern, a former army pilot, who is grieving the recent murder of her husband. She installs a nanny cam in her living room so she can keep an eye on her daughter. While reviewing the recording, she sees her supposedly dead husband show up and play with her daughter. Maya investigates what's going on and there are lots of twists and turns to her investigation.
A page-turner. Thanks for the recommendation, George Stephanopoulos!