Five Days in Summer
Onyx, July 2004, 6.99 320 pp.
She went out to buy some groceries as a way of thanking her mother in law Sara for allowing her and her three children to stay in their Cape Cod home. While she was putting some groceries in the car and then slammed the trunk shut, someone stealthily moved behind her and slipped her something to cause her to lose consciousness. At first nobody is concerned but as the hours slip away Sara called the ...
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