When Alyssa stone goes missing, Deputy Noah Harper knows he’s going to have to cross some lines to find the young girl – lines there are no coming back from. saving her costs him his wife, his job, and he’s kicked out of Acacia pines with the promise that if he ever returns he’ll be thrown into jail and left there to rot.
Twelve years later and Noah has moved on. He owns a bar. He has a nice place. A nice life. He’s happy. Then there’s a phone call … Alyssa has disappeared, and Noah is asked the question: how far is he willing to go to find her? It would mean heading back to Acacia Pines. It would mean coming face to face with the past.
It would mean doing whatever it takes.
About the author: Paul Cleave is an international best-seller, who has won crime-writing awards all around the world. The Ngaio Marsh, Barry Award finalist, Ned Kelly finalist, “Suspense” magazine best, Saint-Maur Pocket Book Best. This is his eleventh book. He lives in Christchurch.