By Iris Johansen
The fact has eluded her for years…Now, is she able to face it? the number 1 manhattan instances bestselling writer Iris Johansen has written an explosive end to the trilogy that might eventually lay to leisure the questions that experience haunted her enthusiasts for a decade
When Eve Duncan gave delivery to her daughter, she skilled a love she by no means knew existed. Nothing could stand within the approach of giving Bonnie an excellent life—until the unthinkable occurred and the seven-year-old vanished into skinny air. Eve came upon herself within the throes of a nightmare from which there has been no escape. But a brand new Eve emerged: a girl who could use her outstanding expertise as a forensic sculptor to assist others locate closure within the face of tragedy. Now, with assistance from her liked Joe Quinn and CIA Agent Catherine Ling, Eve has come nearer than ever to the reality. however the deeper she digs, the extra she realizes that Bonnie’s father is a key participant in fixing this tremendous puzzle. And that Bonnie’s disappearance used to be no longer as random as every body had continuously believed…
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