A tranquil New England town is rocked to it's core when a young college co-ed is linked to a devastatimng crime and then goes missing. Innocen or guilty, someone thinks she knows too much.
One woman, who velieves in the girs innocence, is determined to find her before she's silenced--forever. Her only ally is a man with a tortured past, who no longer belives in anyone's innocence. But is he an ally?
At a time when all layalties are suspect, and old friends may be foes, she has to decide--quickly--who can be trusted. The wrong choice could be final.
This was a real great book because it kept me guessing. The characters sound like they could be real people with real problems. The ending suprised me and that is all I will say without ruining it.
At a time when all loyalities are suspect, and old friends may be foes, the heroine has to decide - quickly- who can be trusted. The wrong choice could be fatal.