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Haley McWaid never gave her parents a moment's worry. Until one morning, her mother wakes to find that her 17-year-old daughter didn't come home the night before.

The community is stunned by her loss. Three months pass without a word, and everyone assumes the worst.

Wendy Tynes is a reporter on a mission: to identify and bring down sexual predators. Her latest target is a social worker known as a friend to troubled teens.

But Wendy soon realises she can't trust her own instincts - or the motives of the people around her - and that this story is more twisted than she could have imagined....

©2010 Harlan Coben (P)2021 Audible, Ltd

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Book written in 2010, and it shows!

This book was written in 2010, but they have recorded it in 2021. Not sure why they have bothered. The story itself is okay, goes quite slow in parts and drifts into off track section where I found myself muttering ‘get on with it’. But the worst thing about this book was the general level of sexist narrative, beautiful reporters, floozies, description of young women coming onto men, t***y bars. I wanted to find out what happened but felt quite yucky throughout whilst listening. Wasn’t worth re-recording. Hope Harlan Coben has moved on from this kind of world view as his stories are usually great!

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