Two women meet on a train. When the train stalls on the tracks, Selena and Martha begin a conversation. Martha confesses to having an affair with a married man and, in turn, Selena tells her about watching her husband and the nanny having a fling while she watches them on the nanny cam that they know nothing about. Once the train moves again and reaches its destination, the two women part, not knowing that will meet again. Not coincidentally, it's just days later that Selena's nanny disappears. Did someone 'fix' her problem ... like Martha from the train? Did Selena's husband have something to do with her disappearance? No body has been found, no ransom note ... she's just gone. Selena finds herself in the middle of a conundrum and the deeper she digs for answers, the more questions she has. And she's not near prepared for what she will eventually discover. I have read many of this author's books ... and she has yet to disappoint me. Each new book seems better than the last and I always look forward to what she'll have for the reader next. The plot is intricate and complex. The characters are deftly drawn, solid within the varied twists and turns that seem to never stop. The suspense begins on the very first page and holds steady until the unexpected, surprising conclusion. It's an increasingly fast-paced suspense starting on the very first page and holding steady to the unexpected, surprising conclusion. Many thanks to the author / Harlequin - Park Row / Netgalley for the digital copy of this psychological thriller/ crime fiction. Read and reviewed voluntarily, opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.
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