Synopses & Reviews
Forensic psychologist Michael Stone injected a fierce intensity into Anna Salter's riveting novels Shiny Water
and Fault Lines.
Now, embroiled in an explosive sexual-harassment case, this unforgettable heroine is thrust into the murky waters of long-buried memories, where shocking accusations can have deadly consequences.
When noted anesthesiologist Reginald Larsen consults Michael Stone for therapy, Michael soon learns that Larsen, suspended from his hospital, is being investigated for claims of sexual impropriety. Although Larsen is confident and eager to fight the charges, Michael senses that disturbing truths are hidden beneath his calm exterior.
But just as the Larsen case heats up, Michael is consulted by a colleague whose client is a victim of past sexual abuse. When the client confronts her father with her shattering recollections, it is a choice with violent and lethal results. Now, with a deadly predator ensnaring her in a frightening pursuit, Michael remains determined to protect those most vulnerable -- even as her walls of defense collapse around her.
Forensic psychologist Michael Stone, the unforgettable heroine of Salter's "Shiny Water" and "Fault Lines, " becomes embroiled in an explosive sexual harassment case involving an anesthesiologist. In addition, Michael advises a young victim of sexual abuse and ends up facing a lawsuit and a deadly predator.