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Say You’re Sorry is a gripping story of two young girls who became known to the public as the “Bingham Girls”. Bingham is a small English village and the girls had attended a local funfair the night of their disappearance. There are rumors that Piper Hadley and Tash McBain ran away. Although hundreds of people were searching for Piper and Tash it seemed as though the girls just vanished into thin air. Eventually the public eye moved on to other news.
Piper Hadley tells the girls’ side of the story. Piper reveals to the reader the horrors faced by the two girls, as they are held captive in an unknown location. The horrors suffered by the girls are so bad it is a wonder that they were able to hold onto their sanity. They are convinced that working together at least one of the girls can escape and bring help back for the one left behind.
Three years later, after a blizzard hits the town, a husband and wife are found murdered in a farmhouse. The farmhouse is where Tash McBain had lived at the time of her disappearance. Her family had moved away and the murder victims had no connection to Tash other than the fact that they lived in Tash’s former home. Read the rest of this entry »
Luca Terracini is a journalist living outside the safe-zone in Iraq during the year 2006. Luca is following a
story that scares other journalists. What happened to all the money hidden in Saddam’s Iraq and the money sent from the United States to rebuild the country? As he investigates, it seems that someone is does not want him to find the truth in this story. He is being constantly followed and it is obvious that someone is trying to kill him.
Vincent Ruiz discovers that he has been a victim of a scam. It begins with a young attractive couple who argue. The boy becomes physical and hits the girl. The victim, the target, witnesses this and sympathizes with the hurt girl. While talking with the girl, she discovers that her purse has also been stolen by the angered and now disappeared boyfriend. The girl is taken to the witnesses home where she can take advantage and steal the household valuables. However, someone kills the boyfriend and wants the girl dead. Why? Also Vincent needs one of the stolen items. His daughter is promised her mother’s comb on her wedding day which is quickly approaching.
Richard North, a vice-president of a bank, disappears. With a pregnant wife, a young son, and marrying into this banking family, he is the obvious scape-goat for money missing from the bank. Obviously, this missing man could be dead. The frantic wife hires a private investigator. What happens to him? Read the rest of this entry »