In 2004, the week Facebook launched, a young woman named Maura Murray disappeared. It’s one of the first unsolved mysteries of the social media age and an army of Internet sleuths work diligently to crack the case, led by an out-of-work journalist named James Renner.
Renner, author of the highly acclaimed novel The Man From Primrose Lane, battles his own demons as he attempts to learn the truth about what happened to Maura. He’s been fired from his job, following a political scandal. His son begins to show violent tendencies that doctors believe may be symptomatic of autism, but which mirror his own impulses. And the long-buried secret of Renner’s grandfather demands to be dealt with before the old man can cause further misery.
“What I discovered was that my obsessions with these cases are not so different from the obsessions of the people I try to track down,” rennet writes. ” -they hunt victims. I hunt them. Being a true crime addict is not a good thing and I learned this the hard way.”
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