Playing with the Book — University of Minnesota PressKate Waters is a journalist who knows her stuff On the lookout for a newsworthy story for The Daily Post, a disturbing find of a tiny skeleton grabs. On the lookout for a newsworthy story for The Daily Post, a disturbing find of a tiny skeleton grabs Kate's attention and leads her on an investigative journey exposing multiple buried secrets Each chapter alternates between four characters: Emma, Kate, Angela, and Jude. Emma is the main character and her chapters are told in first person point of view. Emma is a troubled young married woman who has a dark secret that.
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