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Frances Jerome has been tormented by the disappearance of her childhood best friend, Imogene, for decades. Despite her best efforts, Frances hasn’t built honest or intimate relationships with anyone since, including her son and daughter, and she’ll never forgive her father for the role he played in Imogene’s disappearance. Worst of all, she blames herself for turning her back on her best friend when she needed her most. After 43 years of remission, Frances’s cancer returns with a vengeance, and she knows she doesn’t deserve to rest in peace until Imogene can too.
Frances enlists the help of her daughter Jean, who is struggling with her identity as a mother and a wife, and Griffin, a burned-out private detective whose father was haunted by this case before his death. Together, they try to find Imogene before Frances’s time runs out. But will finding Imogene offer the answers, justice, and peace they each long for? Or will the truth expose far more than they can imagine?
In her third novel, Teri Case explores the complexities of familial relationships at the intersection when past and present collide, and the truth is finally revealed.
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𝙁𝙞𝙣𝙙𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙄𝙢𝙤𝙜𝙚𝙣𝙚 deals with topics of childhood cancer, adult cancer, child abduction, stranger danger