Cover image for Did you miss me? / Karen Rose.
Did you miss me? / Karen Rose.

Publication Information:
New York, NY : New American Library, 2013.

Physical Description:
530 pages ; 18 cm


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When her past comes back to haunt her, a Baltimore prosecutor must turn to an FBI agent in order to save her kidnapped son in this heart-stopping novel from New York Times bestselling author Karen Rose.

Baltimore prosecutor Daphne Montgomery pulled herself out of a damaged past to build a solid life for herself and her son. But after she helps to convict a killer, her confidence is shattered once again by the news that her son has been kidnapped.

Daphne believes it's connected to the recent high-profile trial, and at first FBI special agent Joseph Carter agrees. But together they find the reality to be even more troubling, and it runs deeper than Daphne fears. With her son's life in jeopardy, she must unlock a dreadful secret about her past--and confront a truth that will change everything for those closest to her. And, if she survives, threaten the lives of everyone she loves.

Author Notes

Karen Rose was born the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. in 1964. She received a chemical engineering degree from the University of Maryland. Before becoming a RITA Award-winning author, she worked as a chemical engineer for a large consumer goods company and as a high school chemistry and physics teacher. She is the author of The Cincinnati series. Book 4 in the series, Every Dark Corner, is a best seller.

(Bowker Author Biography)

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Library Journal Review

When prosecutor Daphne Montgomery's son, Ford, is kidnapped, she suspects the family of the killer she has just sent to jail after a high-profile trial. As the police look for her son, she gets professional and personal support from her new lover, FBI special agent Joseph Carter. But it gradually becomes clear that the kidnapping is not a result of anything she's done at her present job. Instead, it's connected to her tragic and painful past. Marguerite Gavin does an exceptional job of reading this book. She superbly captures the nuances of a deaf character's speech and Daphne's Southern accent without sacrificing clarity. VERDICT Rose's (No One Left To Tell) fast-paced tale of surprises and suspense is highly recommended for all thriller/mystery collections. [The Signet pb was a New York Times best seller.-Ed.]-Ilka Gordon, Aaron Garber Lib., Beachwood, OH (c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.