"A gripping and compelling novel about one woman solving her ex-husband's murder, and the emotional repercussions of going back into a family you no longer know. Scottoline gets all the details right, and gives all the characters flesh and blood, breath and life. This is a novel that is as full of thrills as it is full of heart."
– Kristin Hannah
"Three hundred pages bled through my hands and I closed the book at two a.m. If the sheer energy in Come Home could be bottled the oil companies would be out of business. The suspense and dread builds like a series of tornados flattening all in their path. The characters, Jill, Abby, Victoria, Sam, are drawn as finely as a writer could. The pace is relentless, the twists are jaw-dropping and then Scottoline piles ending on top of ending until you turn the last page and just sit there, exhausted on every level. As I closed the novel I thought that, quite simply, Scottoline is a powerhouse."
– David Baldacci
"Scottoline is always awesome, but her latest book held me spellbound because she has such an eye for describing complicated family relationships (and I know complicated family relationships!)."
– Janet Evanovich
"Scottoline deftly speeds readers through a dizzying labyrinth of intrigue with more hairpin turns and heart-pounding drops than a theme-park ride. This thrilling testament to a mother's relentless love may well be Scottoline's best novel to date".
– Library Home Journal (starred review)