|Publish Date:||Aug 2008|
|Number of Pages:||346|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.42|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||4.25 x 6.75 x 1.25|
Verdict: An intriguing mystery plagues reporter Henry Parker, who risks his career to find the truth in Pinter's third series entry (after The Mark and The Guilty). This thriller proves truly scary as it explores every parent's worst nightmare. It's also great to see favorite characters back in action; the next book can't come fast enough. For all fiction collections. Background: Young Daniel Linwood vanished five years ago and was believed to be dead.
Now he has returned home and can't remember any details of his abduction. When Parker uncovers a young female kidnap victim with the exact same memory loss, he knows he can't let the case rest until he solves the crimes. But the police don't want his help, so he has to break the rules and ask his ex-girlfriend, Amanda, to help get the evidence he needs to stop the kidnappers.
-Jeff Ayers, Seattle P.L.
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Five years ago the boy vanished without a trace. Today he came back.
Five years after he disappeared, young Daniel Linwood returned to his suburban home for dinner as though he'd never left. It's a blessing for both his family and their community. And I've snagged the exclusive interview.
But it turns out Daniel is just one of a string of abducted children who have mysteriously returned to their families with no memory of their lost years. Some people want me to leave it be. Some want me to simply let the healing process begin. But these wounds are deeper than anyone realizes.
To get the story on these bizarre kidnappings, I need the help of the one woman who owes me nothing. I've got to find answers before another life is snatched away from sight and time and memory. But doing so means we could be the next ones to go.…
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