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When the Catholic Church’s Seal of Confession prevents a sexual predator from being brought to justice, a desperate mother joins forces with a Native American police officer to rescue her kidnapped daughter. Described by one reviewer as “relentless in its suspense.”
The Catholic Church’s Seal of Confession prevents a sexual predator from being brought to justice. Native American policeman Charley Whitehorse, and his partner Tony Esperanza, pursue him as he cuts a swath of terror across the Pacific Northwest.
In the quaint coastal town of Driftwood, Oregon, the killer kidnaps young Kaitlynn Denhurst. When her mother Chloe learns that the man she loves shares a terrible secret with the kidnapper, she must use her own courage, strength, and wits to rescue her daughter.
In a story one reader describes as having “more twists than a corkscrew about to open a bottle of fine wine” and another says is “relentless in its suspense,” a web of murder, deceit, and betrayal leads to a heart-pounding confrontation on Newport’s Yaquina Bay Bridge.