Prominent Attorney’s Wife Killed In Bombing
The morning’s newspaper headline leaves Blaine Anderson reeling. Only a few hours ago she’d dragged herself, dazed and bleeding, from the smoking rubble, but it might as well have been a lifetime ago—because now the world believes she is dead.
Before Blaine can reach her husband, the bomber strikes again. With terrifying clarity, she realizes he’s bent on wiping out the witnesses to his crime—and she’s one of them. Without money and ID, she becomes Mary Blaine, hiding in a homeless shelter, knowing it’s too dangerous to go home.
Meanwhile, her husband, Mark, realizes his carefully managed life is beginning to crumble. After years of taking Blaine for granted, he finally grasps how nothing—not even a promising career in politics—is worth it without her by his side. Desperately, he searches for anyone who was with Blaine just prior to the blast. But instead, he finds something—someone—much more important.