Every person he came across, Ray would stop, wind the window down and show them a picture of Daisy, frantically asking if they’d seen her.
“Afraid not,” was the answer he got every time.
Halloween ’95. Eleven-year-old Daisy Hammond is snatched off the street as she walks home from a party. The next day the family receive a phone call and then a letter, purportedly from their daughter, entitled The Last will + Testament of Daisy Hammond.
It becomes a case for Jack Sheridan and as the cruelty of the phone calls increase, he and his colleagues begin to unravel the dark secrets of the Hammond family. Secrets that will change them forever.
Nevertheless, Jack’s instincts tell him it’s bigger than just the Hammonds and as he’s drawn along by a monster, he begins to discover connections to previous horrors, while at the same time falling for fellow detective Anna Hope. A woman with her own history of loss.
So with the detectives losing themselves in the case and each other, they become embroiled in a race to find a ruthless killer before another little girl is lost forever…