Fifteen long years have passed since Cathy Clarkson bid goodbye to her eight-year old daughter Emily, as she happily rode her bike off to school. Little did Cathy know that it would be the last time.
Emily disappeared without a trace.
But, a violent storm revives the anguish and memories. A large tree is uprooted in the backyard of their close friends, ripping open an abyss…and with it the Clarkson’s hearts.
Emily’s little pink bicycle with the white handlebars is laid bare, buried in the ground no longer.
Hundreds of miles away, psychic investigator, Jeff Kavanaugh reads about the discovery in the news, and the photo of the bicycle conjures up visions in his mind of the long-lost Emily, and what she might have encountered the day she disappeared. He’s also convinced that, after all this time, she’s still alive.
As Jeff and his partners begin to connect the dots in a vastly more complex and diabolical plot than they ever could have imagined, the plot itself begins to push back against them in devious and dangerous ways.
‘Uprooted’ is the sequel to Parkin’s popular novel, ‘Headhunter.’ But, even though a sequel, the novel is written in a way that it can also be enjoyed stand-alone.
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