Robyn saves a runaway from the street, but can she save the girl from the danger awaiting her at home? With a former police officer for a father, and a mother who's a criminal attorney, it's only natural that Robyn Hunter tries to do the right thing. But when she reunites a young runaway with her family, she unknowingly puts the teen in danger. Trisha is a runaway who usually comes home after a few days on the streets, but this time she seems to be gone for good. Through her boyfriend Nick, Robyn manages to find out where Trisha is hiding. But Trisha's step-father, who told Robyn he just wants to get a letter to Trisha, actually plants a bug in the letter. It leads him straight to her...and he intends to make sure Trisha disappears for good. Can Robyn save Trisha before it's too late?
Norah McClintock has won an unprecedented five Arthur Ellis Awards for Mistaken Identity, The Body in the Basement, Sins of the Father, Scared to Death and Break and Enter - an accomplishment not matched by any other YA writer. She was also nominated for the Arthur Ellis Award for No Escape and for her non-fiction title: Body, Crime, Suspect: Investigating Crime Scenes. Her first Mike and Riel novel, Hit and Run, won OLA's 2004 Red Maple Award.