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The Characters Justin Wells Karens husband whose jealousy is aroused by his wifes confession on the radio of a shipboard romance Hilda Johnson who witnessed Karens supposed accident Jane Clausen wealthy mother of the missing Regina torn between the desire to protect her daughters privacy and to solve the mystery of her disappearance Douglas Layton Jane Clausens lawyer whom she suspects of betraying her trust Susan Chandlers father Charles and his manipulative new wife Binky Tiffany Smith a young waitress who may have a clue to the killers identity Dee Susans strikingly beautiful sister and a rival for the men in her life Donald Richards author of a book on vanished women whose own young wife had met with a strange death Alex Wright an elegant bachelor who manages the vast holdings of his familys foundation Chapter One Three years later Barring a blizzard or something bordering on a hurricane Dr Susan Chandler walked to work from her brownstone apartment in Greenwich Village to her office in the turn-of-the-century building in SoHo A clinical psychologist she had a thriving private practice and at the same time had established something of a public persona as host of a popular radio program Ask Dr Susan that aired each weekday The early morning air on this October day was crisp and breezy and she was glad she had opted for a long-sleeved turtleneck sweater under her suit jacket Her shoulder-length dark blond hair still damp from the shower was windblown causing her to regret not wearing a scarf She remembered her grandmothers long-ago admonishment Dont ever go out with a wet head youll catch your death of cold then realized that she seemed to think about Gran Susie a lot these days But then her grandmother had been raised in Greenwich Village and Susan sometimes wondered if her spirit wasnt hovering nearby She stopped for a light
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