Synopses & Reviews
Mike held his sona (TM)s hand and told him to a oehold tight, a and he could feel the little hand dig into his but the crush got bigger and the little hand slipped from his and Mike felt that horrible panic, as if a wave hit them at the beach and it was washing his baby out with the tide.
The separation lasted only a few seconds, ten at the most, but Mike would never forget the spike in his blood and the terror of those brief few moments.
Tia and Mike Baye never imagined theya (TM)d become the type of overprotective parents who spy on their kids. But their sixteen-year-old son Adam has been unusually distant lately, and after the suicide of his classmate Spencer Hill - the latest in a string of issues at school - they cana (TM)t help but worry. They install a sophisticated spy program on Adama (TM)s computer, and within days they are jolted by a message from an unknown correspondent addressed to their son: a oeJust stay quiet and all safe.a
Meanwhile, browsing through an online memorial for Spencer put together by his classmates, Betsy Hill is struck by a photo that appears to have been taken on the night of her sona (TM)s deatha ]and he wasna (TM)t alone. She thinks it is Adam Baye standing just outside the cameraa (TM)s range; but when Adam goes missing, it soon becomes clear that something deep and sinister has infected their community. For Tia and Mike Baye, the question they must answer is this: When it comes to your kids, is it possible to know too much?
In this new audiobook, the "New York Times" bestselling author of "The Woods" asks the provocative and terrifying question: How much do parents really want to know about their kids and how far will they go to find out? Unabridged.