You can't always see |
An acclaimed investigative journalist, Marlie Kaplan was headed for stardom until a story she was working on undercover went terribly wrong, leaving her blind. But through experimental surgery, she miraculously gets back partial visionand something more. Now she can also see unexplainable things, things beyond the naked eye...
What's in front of your eyes.
Eager to jump-start her career, Marlie lands an exclusive interview with a charming yet enigmatic politician. Then the unthinkable happens; A colleague is murdered and Marlie's the only witness. What began as a promising new start suddenly dissolves into a terrifying web of deception and death, a nightmare from which there is only one escapeif Marlie can see it in time.
A riveting novel of suspense that combines the intriguing psychological terror of Dean Koontz's Fear Nothing with the exquisite nail-biting tension of Mary Higgins Clark.