By John Katzenbach
Scott Freeman is a guy of reason–a collage professor grounded within the rational and useful. yet he turns into uneasy after discovering an nameless love letter hidden in his daughter’s room: “No you may ever love you love I do. nobody ever will. we'll be jointly eternally. a method or another.” however the fact of Ashley’s plight a ways exceeds Scott’s worst suspicions.
One drink too many had led Ashley, a gorgeous, vibrant paintings pupil, into what she suggestion used to be only a fling with a blue-collar undesirable boy. yet now, no quantity of pleading or reasoning can discourage his cellphone calls, ardent e-mails, and relentless, watchful gaze.
Michael O’Connell is yet a malignant shadow of a guy. His brash, good-looking gains hide a black and empty soul. keep watch over is his faith. crafty and felony ability are his stock-in-trade. Rage is his language.
The tougher Ashley attempts to damage unfastened, the deeper Michael burrows into each element of her existence, so she turns in desperation to her divorced mom and dad and her mother’s new partner–three humans nonetheless locked in a coldly civilized triangle of resentment. yet their fierce devotion to Ashley is the typical bond that might draw them jointly to stand down a predator.
For Ashley’s relatives, it's a attempt of primal love that would force them to the extraordinary edge–and beyond–in a conflict of wills that escalates right into a life-or-death warfare to guard their own.
From the bestselling grasp of suspense, John Katzenbach, The Wrong Man is an elegantly crafted and breathtakingly extreme learn that asks the query, “How some distance may you visit store the kid you love?”