Twenty-year-old Hazel Moran’s idea of a tranquil moonlight sail never included dumping a body in the Atlantic miles off the Jersey Shore. Yet there she is, side by side with her father, Ian, on their century-old schooner, disposing of the stranger who attacked her just hours before. The man came looking for her cousin Micah and found Hazel instead, a third-generation trucker who is a lot tougher than she looks - even downright lethal. Trouble is, Hazel and Ian don’t know where Micah is.
Seven years ago, someone destroyed Jake Stevenson’s dreams by murdering his fiancée, Helen Matthews, and her family. Since then, tracking down the one responsible - and making the person pay - has consumed his life. Stevenson thinks the truth behind the killer’s identity and motive might still lie in the most elusive place - buried within the mind of a semi-mad man. But Stevenson may have found the means to access Hammon’s suppressed memories, and cleverly he draws Hazel into his hunt.