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From New York Times bestselling author Kate White comes a gripping novel about one woman&;s dangerous quest to recover lost memories someone would rather she never find. The key to her missing memories could bring relief&;or unlock her worst nightmares. On a cold, rainy morning, finance journalist Ally Linden arrives soaked to the bone at her Manhattan office, only to find that she&;s forgotten her keycard. When her boss shows, he&;s shocked to see her&;because, he explains, she hasn&;t worked there in five years. Ally knows her name, but is having trouble coming up with much beyond that, though after a trip to the psychiatric ER, she begins to piece together important facts: she lives on the Upper West Side; she&;s now a freelance journalist; she&;s married to a terrific man named Hugh. More memories materialize and yet she still can&;t recall anything about the previous two days. Diagnosed as having experienced a dissociative state, she starts to wonder if it may have been triggered by something she saw. Could she have witnessed an accident&;or worse&;had something happened to her? Desperate for answers, Ally tries to track where she spent the missing days, but every detail she unearths points to an explanation that&;s increasingly ominous, and it&;s clear someone wants to prevent her from learning where those forty-eight hours went. In order to uncover the truth, Ally must dig deep into the secrets of her past&;and outsmart the person who seems determined to silence her."