You shouldn’t look for the truth if you’re afraid to see it.
A deer hunter tracking his wounded prey through Minnesota’s Paul Bunyan State Forest makes the grisly discovery of a young girl’s body. The condition of the corpse is shocking: She’d been pregnant, but the full-term fetus is missing. She’s sixteen-year-old Lydia Dunton, daughter of a high-powered senator who has shut the door on Agent Saint Clare’s investigation. Now she has little but dead ends, false leads, and lies to work with-until she discovers a similar crime that occurred in Wisconsin, plunging Bernadette and her boss, Tony, into a circuitous and deadly twist in the case that no one sees coming.
Get the news you want from Penguin Random House
Praise for Terri Persons
“A great new voice in crime fiction.” —New York Times bestselling author Linda Fairstein
“Persons has shattered the thriller mold.” —John Sandford
About Terri Persons
Terri Persons, a former reporter and freelance magazine writer, lives in the Midwest with her husband and two sons.
Published by Berkley Jan 03, 2012| 336 Pages| 5-1/8 x 8| ISBN 9780425245910