I know all three of my fans have been waiting with bated breath for a look at the cover for my next book, so here it is.
From the back cover:
Six months ago, Danny Cumberland rescued his daughter and her friends from a trafficking nightmare. They came home from Argentina and started the healing process.
Now Danielle wants to find her missing mother.
Nikolai Egger, the leader of the kidnappers who snatched Danielle so long ago, disappears during a prison transfer. Is that his body in the burning van?
A dead man arrives in San Diego on a bus, carrying nothing but the Cumberland’s new address.
Danny and his friends find evidence that the trafficking rings’ tentacles are entwined more deeply than anyone thought possible, even reaching into federal law enforcement. They’re running out of people they can trust, too.
After a traumatic shooting literally in Danny’s face, he must set off on another harrowing trip, scrambling to deliver the evidence that will crack the ring wide open. But can they trust the person they’re meeting?
I went with Yosbe Calma again, because I really liked her work on The Sad Girl, and I wanted some continuity in the series. Barring some major calamity, she’s going to do the cover for In Plain Sight as well.
Discoveries should go up for pre-order in a week or so, and ARCs will be available then as well. The official release will be mid-November at this point. I’m cruising along with In Plain Sight, so look for that in the spring.
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