After months of struggling, Alice Humphrey finally lands her dream job managing a trendy new Manhattan art gallery. According to Drew Campbell, the well-heeled corporate representative who hires her, the gallery is a passion project for its anonymous, wealthy owner. Everything is perfect until the morning Alice arrives at work to find the gallery gonethe space stripped bare as if it had never existedand Campbell's body on the floor. Suddenly she's at the center of a police investigation with the evidence stacked against her, and the dead man whom she swears is Drew Campbell identified as someone else entirely.
When the police discover ties between the gallery and a missing girl, Alice knows she's been set up. Now she has to prove ita dangerous search for answers that will entangle her in a dark, high-tech criminal conspiracy and force her to unearth long-hidden secrets involving her own family . . . secrets that could cost Alice her life.
About the Author
Alafair Burke is the New York Times bestselling author of eleven novels, including the stand-alones Long Gone and If You Were Here, the Ellie Hatcher series, and, with Mary Higgins Clark, The Cinderella Murder. A former prosecutor, she now teaches criminal law and lives in Manhattan.