From the back of the case: The body of the unidentified woman is found in the river near his dock. The physical evidence points to his involvement in her death. And Frank Keegan can't remember a thing about that night--the night Jane Doe was killed.
Abby Hooper knew going in that a lot of people in Riverton weren't thrilled that she'd been named the new chief of police. And when the body of an unknown woman washes up on the bank of the river, she knows that things are only going to get worse. Because her prime suspect is Frank Keegan, the man she beat out for the job.
Frank says he can't remember anything that happened the night the firl was killed. But it's starting to look like he's trying to protect someone--someone who could be his alibi for murder. And when the former chief of police is found dead from an apparent suicide, it seems he too is somehow linked to the mysterious girl's death.
Who is Jane Doe? How did she die? And who murdered her? Risking her job, Abby puts her faith in Frank, her prime suspect, to help her answer these questions some powerful people in the sleepy town of Riverton don't want answered.
"This Elmore Leonard-style combo of good guys and bad...has big screen written all over it." ---Publishers Weekly on Last Night in Rio.