Malnutrition, cruelty and blazing heat were the unbearable realities of the South American prison. All that stood between newscaster M. J. Blake and the madness of despair was a stranger's voice.
As the days turned into weeks, the unseen reporter in the adjoining cell gave M. J. courage when she needed it, replaced her apathy with anger, and even made her laugh. They shared whispered memories, hopes, secrets and regrets .. . .
Eighteen months after winning her freedom, M. J. was pretending that her life, her work and her psyche weren't ravaged by a season in the darkest corner of hell.