On Sale: December 3, 2019
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New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh
pivots in a new direction with her first mainstream thriller
that will be sure to keep readers on their
Anahera Rawiri left New Zealand at
twenty-one, fleeing small-town poverty and the ghosts of her
childhood with no plans to look back. But eight years later,
she returns, seeking familiarity as respite from the
shattered remains of her new life. And despite the changes
brought on by a bump in tourismâ€”the shiny new welcome sign
at the town line and a decidedly less shiny new police
presenceâ€”Golden Cove appears much as it ever was: a small
settlement on the savage West Coast of the South Island,
populated by all the remembered faces and set against a
backdrop of lush greenery, jagged cliffs, and crashing
Detective Will Gallagher knows all about
ghosts; his own chased him out of a promising career in
Christchurch, landing him as the sole cop in a quaint town
where his most pressing concerns are petty theft and the
occasional drunk. When Golden Cove resident Miri Hinewai
goes out for a run and fails to return, Will finds himself
heading up a missing person's search that rapidly escalates
into an official investigation after this case is connected
with similar ones from the past. As an outsider, Will begins
to rely on Anahera's knowledge of the area and its
residents to help him delve into Golden Cove's secrets, and
to determine whether it shelters something far more
dangerous than just an unforgiving landscape.
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