Dr. Robyn McGill believes in the sanctity of life. Constable Luke Carlisle believes that no one is above the law. Both face a madman who believes in nothing.
On Sale: November 19, 2014
Featuring: Constable Luke Carlisle; Dr. Robyn McGill; Brad Allen
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Robyn McGill has no memory of what happened three years
ago when she was found
alone on a sailboat off the Coast of Maine. From that
time on she lives with
the fear that she killed the two people who were with her
on that boat--her
brother and her fiancĂ©. The police investigation didnâ€™t
find enough evidence to
charge her, and she canâ€™t remember what happened. She is
trapped between her
loss of memory and her guilt. Three years later, a
shooter nearly kills her
best friend Lisa Wade, a TV anchorwoman, and injures her
while they are on a
birding trip to a desolate island off the Coast of Maine.
The incident results
in Robyn experiencing memory fragments she doesnâ€™t
understand, that seem to
have no connection to her life.
Constable Luke Carlisle lives every day wishing his life
had been different,
that his wife hadnâ€™t been involved in drug trafficking.
Theyâ€™re divorced now,
and it was his evidence that put her in prison. Her lies
have left him
distrustful of women.
When he is the investigating officer on the shooting, his
first suspect is Dr.
McGill. His boss on the mainland believes that Dr. McGill
hired a professional
gunman to kill Lisa. Lukeâ€™s gut tells him she didnâ€™t do
it, but the evidence
suggests she was involved somehow.
When another attempt is made on Robynâ€™s life, and there
is evidence left in her
room indicating that someone is out to get her, he takes
her into protective
custodyâ€”his house next to the tiny police station.
The investigation leads to a yacht offshore, and the
truth about that night
three years earlier.
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