Fresh from a tour promoting her last case, reclusive true crime writer Lydia Strong receives an anonymous cry for help, begging her to find and protect Tatiana Quinn, "and all the other girls in need of rescue." Maybe the plea strikes close to her heart; maybe her investigator's intuition starts buzzing. She takes it on.
But this simple case of a missing teenager soon becomes much more. Someone wants Lydia to drop the case, someone powerful, someone anxious enough to engineer the reappearance of one of Lydia's first--and most dangerous--adversaries. Now, in addition to tracing the roots of Tatiana's disappearance on a trail across the country and eventually overseas, Lydia must find the man who wants her dead, his unfinished business from years ago.
Don't fault the author for apple/book publisher deal. It's a fun read and brings light to a serious subject.
While I have not read this book, I would most likely enjoy, but feel that the price 9.99 for an electronic book that was written in 2003 it absolutely ridiculous! What a scam. I can buy this book at any used book store for $2. Yes I checked. Do you realize how many readers you are losing due to over pricing? As you can see not many people, or for that matter, any seem to have purchased it. Might want to rethink your strategy. Am only giving this book a one star because it will not let me give in a zero!
Not worth it
Good for the pulp fiction in this category. I read it in paper back $2. Like the other review, the ebook price is a scam.