Did You Miss Me?

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Penguin, Feb 5, 2013 - Fiction - 530 pages
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Baltimore prosecutor Daphne Montgomery pulled herself out of a damaged past to build a solid life for herself and her son. But after she helps to convict a killer, her confidence is shattered once again by the news that her son has been kidnapped.

Daphne believes it's connected to the recent high-profile trial, and at first FBI special agent Joseph Carter agrees. But together they find the reality to be even more troubling, and it runs deeper than Daphne fears. With her son's life in jeopardy, she must unlock a dreadful secret about her past--and confront a truth that will change everything for those closest to her. And, if she survives, threaten the lives of everyone she loves.
 

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User Review  - Dawn772 - LibraryThing

I was totally absorbed in this fast paced action packed romantic suspense with multiple bad guys who emotionally tortured the heroine. I liked how all the good guys worked as a highly functioning team ... Read full review

DID YOU MISS ME?

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

The latest from Rose (No One Left to Tell, 2012, etc.) opens with a prologue in which we find a kidnap victim waking up to his dire situation, and within the first few pages, we know not only whodunit ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
7
Section 3
29
Section 4
44
Section 5
68
Section 6
94
Section 7
112
Section 8
135
Section 17
295
Section 18
315
Section 19
334
Section 20
354
Section 21
368
Section 22
383
Section 23
401
Section 24
420

Section 9
153
Section 10
166
Section 11
187
Section 12
204
Section 13
230
Section 14
245
Section 15
268
Section 16
279
Section 25
438
Section 26
462
Section 27
478
Section 28
498
Section 29
515
Section 30
531
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Award-winning, #1 international bestselling author Karen Rose earned her degree in chemical engineering from the University of Maryland. For a number of years, she worked in the engineering field, earning two patents, but she began writing novels when scenes started to fill her mind and her characters would not be silenced. Since her debut suspense novel, Don't Tell, was released in July 2003, she has written more than a dozen novels and been translated into twenty-three languages. Her books have placed on the New York Times, the Sunday Times (UK), and Germany's der Spiegel bestseller lists. A former chemical engineer and high school teacher, Karen lives in Florida with her family, her cat, and her dogs, Loki and Thor.

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