What kind of woman walks out on her family? Gregg knows. The kind of woman he picked up in a bar three years ago precisely because she had that kind of wildcat energy. And now she's vanished - at least from the life that he and the kid will live. But we'll follow her, to a new town, a new job, and a new friend, who seems to know more about her than any new acquaintance should. Who is this woman, and how many times has she disappeared before? And who are the shadowy figures so interested in her whereabouts?
I did not really enjoy the third person story telling and that spoilt this book for me. I found it difficult to really get involved with the characters because of this. I did however think that the author painted a well defined picture of the setting and atmosphere. I found it all a bit slow but enjoyed the ending. All in all I found this book to be ok but nothing special