In a heart-pounding thriller from one of the most innovative voices in contemporary suspense, a woman unravels the shocking truth about her parents, her past, and a life built upon an unthinkable lie.
At DeRose & Associates Private Investigators in Virginia, Angie DeRose strives to find and rescue endangered runaways--work that stands in stark contrast to her own safe, idyllic childhood. But in the wake of her mother's sudden death, Angie makes a life-altering discovery. Hidden among the mementos in her parents' attic is a photograph of a little girl, with a code and a hand-written message on the back: "May God forgive me."
Angie has no idea what it means or how to explain other questionable items among her mother's possessions. Her father claims to know nothing. Could Angie have a sister or other relative she was never told about? Bryce Taggart, the US Marshal working with her agency, agrees to help Angie learn the fate of the girl in the photograph. But the lies she and Bryce unearth will bring her past and present together with terrifying force. And everything she cherishes will be threatened by the repercussions of one long-ago choice--and an enemy who will kill to keep a secret hidden forever.
Praise for the novels of Daniel Palmer
"An electrifying thriller with action that keeps you on the edge of your seat!" --Lisa Jackson, New York Times bestselling author
"If you've somehow missed reading Daniel Palmer, it's time to--pardon the pun--get Desperate." --Harlan Coben
"Firmly places Palmer alongside the likes of Harlan Coben and Lisa Gardner." --The Providence Journal
"Unrelentingly suspenseful." --Publishers Weekly
"A twisting, suspenseful chiller of a book." --William Landay
"Warning: once you start reading this novel, you will not stop!" --Lisa Gardner
"Not just a great thriller debut, but a great thriller, period." --Lee Child
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