January 2013/336 pages/$14.99
A tenacious reporter. A skeptical PI. And a secret that will shatter lives.
Reporter Moira Harrison is lost. In the dark. In a thunderstorm. When a lone figure suddenly appears in the beam of her headlights, Moira slams on her brakes-but it’s too late. She feels the solid thump against the side of her car before crashing into a tree on the far side of the road.
A man opens her door, tells her he saw everything, and promises to call 911. Then the world fades to black. When she comes to, she is alone. No man. No 911. No injured person. But she can’t forget the look of terror she saw on that face in the instant before her headlights swung away. And she can’t get anyone to believe her story-except maybe a handsome ex–homicide detective turned private eye, who reluctantly agrees to take on the case.
As clues begin to surface, it becomes obvious that someone doesn’t want this mystery solved-and will stop at nothing to protect a shocking secret.
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Oh my. I love Irene Hannon's books. From the very beginning she crafts a setting that left me breathless as I turned the pages. I almost jerked with the thump of Moira's car as she hits-was that a person?! She was a lot more tenacious than I would have been in pursuing the truth about what happened that night. As for Cal Burke, the private investigator Moira hires, I definitely want him on my side if I'm ever in trouble! Hannon expertly draws out the suspense as the novel progresses, and her skill of character development adds depth to the story. Even when she begins to give subtle glimpses and then fuller views of the villain and his twisted mind, enough remains hidden that the outcome is uncertain. Don't miss this gripping book!
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