Rachael Alexander takes her pitbull for a run each day in New
York City's Washington's Square Park dog run. A man came up to
Rachael. She had seen him at the park before. She could
easily tell by the look on his face that something was wrong.
The man's name was Leon. He told Rachael that he
needed her to find his wife. He explained it really wasn't for
him but for his daughter, Madison. Apparently, his wife took
their dog, Roy, outside one night and never returned. This was
the last time Leon saw both of them.
several questions such as did his wife have a driver's license and
Leon explained that they did not have a car. Rachael asked
Leon if his daughter was pregnant and if this was the problem.
Leon stated she was not pregnant but was being accused of murdering
her doctor. Rachael asked if Leon confronted her about the
murder. Leon indicated that his daughter quit speaking ever
since the disappearance of her mother. The only thing the
daughter did was draw pictures.
The doctor was giving
Leon's daughter shots of botox because she had some tics in her
facial muscles and this treatment was supposed to make the face look
normal. However, something went terribly wrong and her face
was now a mess. The doctor said the situation would go away
but her eyelid started to droop and this really freaked her
One of the detectives believed that Madison had a
history of violence and as a result of her botched treatment was
very angry with Dr. Bechman. Madison was the doctor's last
patient in the afternoon. The receptionist was there when
Madison showed up but not when she left. When the receptionist
returned to the office she found the doctor dead.
Although Madison won't speak for herself, Rachael is certain
that she is innocent and is determined to prove it. Once
Rachael gets involved in the case she starts to uncover more complex
Is Rachael able to communicate with Madison in
order to help prove her innocence?
This book will take hold
of you from the very first page. It has an exciting plot that
will keep your interest going throughout the book. The author
does an excellent job with the characters, has a very smooth writing
style and is a terrific storyteller. Madison will
especially captivate you. This book is a real page turner so
once you start reading be sure to put some time aside because you
won't want to put the book down. Be prepared for some real
surprises toward the end of the book. This one is highly
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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