The future is limitless for young advertising professional January Lamont and her CPA husband, Barrett, until they’re unknowingly sucked into two different crimes. Forced to flee New York City, they hide and re-event themselves in rural Pennsylvania.
Believed to have absconded with priceless antiquities stolen by international thieves, the Lamonts face the battle of their lives. While the perpetrators inch closer, the Lamonts invest their time and talent in good work and better causes than their former existence.
Putting her problems aside, January befriends a brave little girl who is determined to outlive cystic fibrosis and launch her own knitwear company. All the twelve-year needs is an alpaca, a host barn, and looms. And January’s on it, even as her old and new worlds collide.
What People Say
Nancy Hughes masterfully crafts another crime novel that not only provides chilling thrills to the reader but also highlights the strength of its very human protagonists to recover from one setback after another thrown at them by a series of evil players. Through one plot twist after another, Ms. Hughes’s strong writing keeps the reader wondering to the very end whether January and Barrett Lamont will prevail … –Geza Tatrallyay, acclaimed author of sixteen books