Highly recommended. Lee Child A winner. S. J. Rozan Some secrets can t stay buried . . . A body is discovered in a reservoir north of New York City. The victim is young, female and Hispanic. In her purse, police find a photo of a baby. Where is the child? Is she alive? And what about the disturbing note found at the scene? "Go back to your country. You don t belong here." Homicide detective Jimmy Vega knows how hard it can be to walk the razor-thin line of acceptance in a place like Lake Holly. Reluctantly turning to Adele Figueroa, a passionate defender of immigrants rights, Vega must confront a small town's darkest secrets and deepest obsessions before they savagely tear apart the world he's sworn to defend. Suspenseful, involving, and memorable. Julia Spencer-Fleming "Taut, powerful, finely wrought, and multi-layered . . . the conclusion that left me stunned. Maggie Barbieri Engrossing, engaging, psychologically complex... builds to a shocking conclusion. "Publishers Weekly" The strong debut of a promising series. "Booklist" A great suspense novel with people you care about. Lee Child.
About the Author
Suzanne Chazin is the author of three acclaimed novels, "The Fourth Angel," "Flashover," and "Fireplay." She has twice been the recipient of the Washington Irving Book Award for fiction. Her fiction, essays and articles have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, as well as the award-winning short story anthology, "Bronx Noir." She lives in the New York City area. Visit her on Facebook or at www.suzannechazin.com.