L.A.P.D. Detective Peter Decker and his wife, Rina, are profoundly shaken by this terrible "accident" that has occurred frighteningly close to their daughter's school. And an irate call from the unaccounted-for flight attendant's stepfather further tangles an already twisted mystery. The man insists twenty-eight-year-old Roseanne Dresden was never on the doomed flight, but was probably murdered by her abusive, unfaithful husband—a revelation that propels Decker down a path of tragic history and deadly lies toward an unimaginable evil that will challenge his and Rina's cherished beliefs about guilt and innocence and justice.
lorelei59 (USA: AR) (2008/09/03): This book was excellent! I love Faye and Jonathan Kellerman, and this was one of Faye's best. All of the favorite characters are there, and the plot will keep you intrigued with all it's twists and turns until the last page!