Single mom Emily Locke is building a new life with her daughter. Hoping to spend more time at home, she’s put her career on hold to work part time for her private investigator friend, Richard Cole. It’s a nice balance between work and family until Emily finds out she’s been working for the attorney that defended her husband’s killer.
Four years ago, Emily Locke's life was shattered when her infant daughter and husband were lost in an inexplicable accident. She has nearly rebuilt her fragile mental health when a disgraced former police detective, now working as a private investigator, resurfaces to ask for help in reconnaissance at a Texas skydiving establishment. Emily hesitates to work with Richard Cole again, but she finds she can't refuse when she learns that the case involves a missing boy.
"Nobel Prize in Chemistry Shared by American, Swedish and Turkish Scientists for DNA Repair" is from the October 08, 2015 Top Stories section of The Washington Post. It was written by Rachel Feltman and Brady Dennis and narrated by Sam Scholl.