Anita may not be the top-notch detective that the big agencies are looking for, but she is probably the most determined. But never in her wildest dreams did she realize just how important her intuitive skills would be needed in her own personal life.
When she returns home after months of working on what was for years considered to be an unsolvable case, she quickly learns that her home life is not as it should be. When she discovers her younger brother has gone missing, she is forced to put her personal emotions aside and apply everything she's learned to find out what has happened to him.
She soon discovers the existence of a mystery woman who Anita is convinced can lead her to her missing brother. Who could she be and why has no one been able to identify exactly who she is? The more she learns about the mystery woman and the intrigue she has left in her wake, the more she realizes that her brother has had another life that she knew nothing about. As she persistently digs for the truth, she is growing ever closer to uncovering a secret that is beyond anything she could possibly have imagined, a secret that has haunted him for many years and is now haunting her.
This was a very short book. I'm not a big listener or reader of short books but I was recommended this one.
As an author myself the story wasn't really anything that really blew me away or shocked me in the least. Also, there was no impression left on me after the conclusion; just a simple: okay what book do I take care of next.
Now that being said the narration was superbly done. Dalton Lynne did an amazing job distinguishing voices which sometimes can be quite a task to undertake and the she spoke very clear and clean. The added effects of phone conversations was also a nice little bonus.