Down To The Needle by Mary Deal

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From the day her five-year-old was abducted, Abigail Fisher vowed never to stop looking until her daughter was safely back home.

Down to the needle

From the day her five-year-old was abducted, Abigail Fisher vowed never to stop looking until her daughter was safely back home. 

But despite multiple searches, twenty-three years have passed without a trace of Becky Ann. When Abigail learns that death row inmate Megan Winnaker is the same age as her daughter, she begins to wonder if the kidnapper had Becky’s Ann’s face surgically altered to prevent identification.

Megan Winnaker maintains her innocence, but faces capital punishment if she loses her final appeal. As Abigail launches her own investigation to find out if Megan is truly her daughter, someone wants to stop her in her tracks.

Even when facing mortal danger, Abigail refuses to give up her investigation. But can Megan Winnaker really be her long-lost daughter?

Genre: FICTION / Crime

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths

Language: English

Keywords: crime thriller suspense mystery and adventure, womens fiction dark psychological action novels, kidnapping disappearance vigilante justice books, criminal activities lost daughter capital crimes, punishment appeal abigail daughter tracks daughter, becky ann death row investigation detective, female sleuth women sleuths american author usa

Word Count: 111263

Sales info:

Amazon bestselling author.

Sample text:

A fireman waved an arm to catch a police officer’s attention and then pointed toward the flames. He shouted to be heard over the clamor. “The perp torched himself!”

Angry red and orange flames from the still burning back half of the warehouse licked at the night sky. Glowing yellow embers, blown by April’s night breezes off the nearby ocean, took flight. Fire trucks encircled the building. Firefighters scrambled over strewn equipment. Men wearing Army camouflage uniforms darted about. Two ambulances waited for the injured.

An officer cupped a hand around the side of his mouth and yelled. “The perp’s inside?”

Abigail Fisher and Joe Arno nudged in closer to hear the conversation between firefighters and the police. The roar and crackling of the fire drowned out most other sounds.

A fireman pointed to the front section of the building where the flames had been doused. “Burned himself into a corner.” He shook his head. “Still got the gas can in his hand.”

The officer took a step toward the building, trying to see. “How soon can we get in there?”

“You aren’t going to ID this one right away. He melted like wax.”

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