When a painting apprentice disappears and later the young son of her best friend, Maisie is on the cases, uncovering links to a criminal underworld and a terrible fraud.
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With a hard-to-please boss breathing down his neck and a personal life badly in need of relationship advice, Bernie prefers a gentle approach when fixing broken universes.
It’s one final game of cat and mouse, as Elliot Mills comes face-to-face with the Sculptor’s partner in evil when his partner, Special Agent Lance Tucker goes missing.
Guilt and the need to escape her own trauma finds Joanna Langley pursuing unrevealed truths about her distant father’s past only to find others prefer the past be left alone.
When the orphanage burns down, Tess is deemed old enough to be out on her own, and she can pursue her dream to learn the truth. About her parents and her waking visions.
It’s a question of honor, when Reacher finds that West Point 2005 class ring, an achievement you don’t throw away, and Reacher digs in to find it’s a small link in a far darker chain.