Eliza’s life as a happily married, suburban wife and mother is calm and peaceful, except for her relationship with her teen daughter. Then she gets a letter from Walter Bowman, the man who kidnapped her as a teenager in 1985. He says, "I'd Know You Anywhere ."She was his only victim to survive, and she had long ago put those memories to rest. At least she thought she had. Writing from death row, Walter says he wants to make amends before his execution. But what does he really want? And can Eliza break free of the past? A great read as always from this author.