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Stephanie Harker is travelling through O’Hare airport with five-year-old Jimmy when she is stopped at a security checkpoint. Outside, Jimmy is led away by a uniformed officer. Stephanie’s panic leads security to believe she is a threat, while the child disappears into the distance. When Stephanie has a chance to tell her story, family secrets emerge that lie at the heart of a tale of death, deception and the extraordinary lengths to which a parent will go to protect their child.

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March 9th, 2015
I could not put the book down it captured my attention from the first page. The shocking ending just blew me away. This is a book you really need to read.
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February 9th, 2015
Wow, just finished this amazing story. She keeps the flow going making it hard to put the book down. Very enjoyable read!
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January 30th, 2015
Very well written and what a surprising ending. Cant wait to read Retribution. Looking forward to Vals other novels.
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June 25th, 2014
Another cliffhanger with a tremendous ending. One of Val's best!
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Terrible ending
September 10th, 2013
It was a great book until the last few pages. It's not just that the ending was incredibly abrupt and distasteful, I also felt that the final act was totally out of character for the main protagonist. There had been no hint or foreshadowing whatsoever that she would be capable of such an act. I felt like the author got bored of the project and took the first exit she could to quit.
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