Twenty-five years after the headlines have faded, the infamous kidnapping of six-year-old heiress Samantha Lawson is just another human interest story. That is, until private investigator Mark Hunter finds the clue that breaks the mystery wide open and restores the missing woman to her family. Deep in the backwoods of Kentucky, he finds Mary Lee West living a dark life of isolation with her adoptive parents. Every sense in his body tells Hunter this is the girl, the little girl lost he has dreamed of finding all his life. But Mary Lee West hides many secrets. If he's going to prove she's the missing Lawson heir, Hunter is going to have to do it quickly--before her dangerous past catches up to them both! Vol. 1 of 2Über den Autor:
Deborah Baudoin (1966- ) was born in New Orleans, LA, and grew up in a large, Southern Catholic family. In 1993, she moved to Phoenix, AZ, where she worked corporate jobs, wrote short stories, performed with her a capella trio, and grew up. Ten years later, she found herself back in small town America--this time in Kentucky, where she lives with her partner Fey. Debbie has been writing for over twenty years. "All the Back Roads Home" is her first professional novel.
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