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The #1 New York Times bestselling author of Thick As Thieves “charges her characters and their relationships with electricity” (San Francisco Book Review) in this gripping novel of suspense.

When a deranged stalker attempts to murder her daughter Berry, Caroline King has no doubts about who to contact for help: Berry’s father, the cagey private investigator Dodge Hanley. It’s been thirty years since Dodge last saw Caroline, but she remains the one woman—among many—that he can’t forget. He has a whole bagful of grudging excuses for ignoring Caroline’s call—and one compelling reason to drop everything and fly down to Texas to protect the daughter he’s never met: guilt.

As always, Dodge’s perseverance knows no bounds as he teams with a small-town sheriff, but the alarming situation worsens when the stalker claims other victims, leaving a trail of clues lethally pointing toward Berry. And Dodge—a street-smart fighter who has always put his life on the line—realizes that this time, he’s risking his heart as well.

About The Author

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Sandra Brown is the author of seventy-three New York Times bestsellers, has published over eighty novels, and has upwards of eighty million copies of her books in print worldwide. Her work has been translated into thirty-five languages. Four books have been adapted for film. She lives in Texas.

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Victor Slezak's films include The Siege, Just Cause, The Bridges of Madison County, and Beyond Rangoon. On television, he appeared in PBS's The Ponder Heart (director Martha Coolidge), and HBO's Path to War (director John Frankenheimer). His Broadway performances include Salome, with Al Pacino, Jackie: An American Life, and The Graduate, opposite Kathleen Turner.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio (August 14, 2012)
  • Length: 5 disks
  • Runtime: 6 hours
  • ISBN13: 9781442350212

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