About the Book
Attorney Madelyn Cummins has experienced her fair share of adversity, but the future looks bright for this young professional. She is surrounded by friends she considers family, construction is nearly completed on her dream home, her law practice is growing, and she is making a difference in the lives of her clients. But there is one case involving a prominent Minnesota auto magnate that has been particularly challenging. As the tension mounts, Maddie suffers an episode of transient global amnesia (TGA) and struggles to piece together the events that took place during the hours missing from her memory. In the days, weeks and months that follow, her nightmares reveal several shocking truths. She joins forces with women in her close-knit circle—a savvy paralegal, a sharp U.S. attorney, a no-nonsense FBI agent—to get to the bottom of a decades-old cold case.
About the Author
Kathryn Schleich is a multi-award-winning author, feminist and activist in the Minneapolis and Saint Paul area of Minnesota. Her novel “Darkness and Grace,” a domestic thriller based on true events, received a 2022 Independent Press Award. Her crime novel, “Salvation Station,” was honored with a 2021 American Fiction Award and was a finalist for a 2021 National Indie Excellence Award. Kathryn’s writing has also been featured in two anthologies and various online publications. Her essay “Finding Hope in No Man’s Land” received an honorable mention in Writer’s Digest’s Short Story Contest in 2020. Text from her academic book, “Hollywood and Catholic Women: Virgins, Whores, Mothers and Other Images,” which evolved from her master’s thesis, has been featured in college religious studies programs. When she’s not writing, Kathryn champions youth literacy and press rights, and volunteers in the education and arts communities. Friends, family, traveling, good food and wine are important aspects of her life.