For Every Crime There's a Secret
Boston attorney Brady Coyne is devastated after receiving a call from his old friend Jake Gold. Jake's son, Brian, and the boy's girlfriend were involved in an accident that plunged
their car into the depths of a local river. The girl was dragged up with the wreckage, DOA.
Brian is still missing-most likely swept away by the frigid February currents.
For Every Secret There's a Lie
Brady already has unanswered questions, and with a personal interest in the case, he can't help but look beneath the surface of the watery grave in what he suspects was more than a tragic accident. Then when Jake disappears, and local authorities are loath to investigate, Brady's convinced that very little in the rural suburb of Reddington is what it seems.
For Every Lie There's a Victim
But finding his friend, Jake, is only the first piece of the puzzle. The trail leaves Brady to wonder who he can trust, who else is in danger, and how he can hope to survive a shocking
small town secret that's taking no prisoners-and leaving no survivors.