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Publisher Description

The #1 bestselling author Iris Johansen delivers the first in a trilogy that will begin to answer questions that have haunted her legion of fans for over a decade, in her newest novel of breathtaking suspense

Eve Duncan's mission in life is to bring closure to the families who have experienced the agony of a missing child. As a forensic sculptor, she is able to piece together bones, create a face, and bring an identity to a child who would have otherwise gone unidentified…maybe forever. Eve is brilliant, and driven, and tormented--because her own daughter, Bonnie, was taken from her years ago. And Eve has never discovered what happened to her. But now a name from the past resurfaces, thanks to CIA agent Catherine Ling who knows all too well what it's like to lose a child.

After teaming up with Agent Ling to find her missing son, Eve and Catherine share a bond forged by their mutual pain. Now, Catherine challenges Eve with a name: John Gallo. A man from Eve's past. A man, seemingly raised from the dead, whose whereabouts are unknown. Could Gallo be the missing piece to the puzzle that has haunted Eve for years? Why was he in Atlanta just before Bonnie's disappearance? With a brilliant narrative that goes back to Eve Duncan's early life, exploring her history and motivations like no other novel before, Eve reveals long-guarded secrets and is guaranteed to leave Johansen fans panting for more.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2011
April 19
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
St. Martin's Publishing Group
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
1
MB

Customer Reviews

Rondap ,

Eve

Easy good reading

Findingutopia ,

Eve

This book would have been so much better if the reader had been better! The accents were awful and unreal. Catherine, an Asian American with a British accent, really? And when she was taking on the character of Eve every sentence sounded like it had an exclamation point behind it. Sometimes books can be incredibly good and well written but getting past the "presenter" is so difficult that you aren't sure if the book is good or not. Every time I began reading "listening" again I just wanted to cry. Now I have Quinn and it's the SAME reader!! Ugh! If Bonnie is read by the same woman, I will not purchase it, I wouldn't have purchased Quinn but I bought them together.

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