Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Donna Lee Comer
Maggie Taylor, a beautiful wife and mother, took her daughter Sarah to a local park. She had only walked away for a few minutes, but when she returned her daughter was gone.
Days later, after appearing on local TV begging for the release of her only child, Maggie discovered a crucial clue about the abductor. Shortly after, a man came to Maggie's home, drugged her, and took her captive, locking her in an abandoned shed.
Meanwhile, Officer Garret, who felt he was hot on the trail of the murderer responsible for little Candy Burns not a week before was now faced with the thought of not only having a serial child molester but could this man have kidnapped the much older Maggie Taylor? This was not the typical serial murderer he studied about. Once evidence is discovered linking the kidnapping of three teenage girls to this case the officer is left no choice but to consider he is dealing with one of the most dangerous men to have ever terrorized a small rural town such as his.
Maggie, locked away, is faced with the same twisted questions, feeling helpless and losing herself to the darkness alone in her rickety cell. Once, Walter, the man who took her reveals himself, Maggie realizes this is not the man who took her daughter.
Through a web of twisted truths in a chilling tale, find the answers to all the questions. Will Maggie be able to stay alive and find her daughter? Can Officer Garret decipher the clues to lead him to the right man responsible? Is Sarah still alive? Can good triumph over such a horrid evil on so many different leads?
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