After investigative reporter Jill Lewis breaks what should be the biggest story of her career, she is bewildered to find herself out of a job and sent packing. To make matters worse, her high-profile boyfriend ends their relationship because it could damage his own political career. Returning to her hometown of Delavan, Wisconsin, to lick her wounds, Jill must settle for work at the town's small weekly newspaper.
But the former Washington Gazette star soon finds herself caught up in a chilling race to uncover the evidence that will help her reclaim her job, preserve her family's reputation, and save her life. This exciting page-turner expertly blends suspense, romance, and a dynamic female lead into a gripping political thriller.
Susan Wales is the author of several best-selling nonfiction books including Standing on the Promises, Social Graces, The Pleasure of Your Company, and Faith in Gods and Generals. She is married to Hollywood producer Ken Wales. They live in Pacific Palisades, California, with their daughter, Megan.
Robin Shope has over 100 articles published in Sunday school magazines and educational publications. She is also the author of numerous short stories in Chicken Soup books and other collections. A veteran teacher, Robin lives with her husband and two grown children in Flower Mound, Texas.