|Laura is awakened in the middle of the night by her teenage daughter, Cassie, who has barely spoken a word to her in months. Following Cassie up to her attic room, Laura learns her daughter's shocking secret.
Abby's wedding day was one of the happiest of her life, when the shame of her past fell away and she could finally make a fresh start. But lately she has been consumed by doubts. Can she really stay in this marriage? In the glory days of her celebrity, Juliet could barely get out of a limo without flashbulbs going off in her face. Now she's lucky to get the lead role in an infomercial. But Hollywood hasn't seen the last of Juliet Jansen.
What do these people have in common?
They have all been selected to compete on Lost and Found, the daring new reality show. In teams of two, they will race across the globe—from Egypt to Japan, from Sweden to England—to battle for a million-dollar prize. They must decipher encrypted clues, recover mysterious artifacts, and outwit their opponents to stay in play.
But the rigors of competition are not the only challenges.
Carolyn Parkhurst is the bestselling author of The Dogs of Babel which has been translated into nineteen languages. She holds an MFA in creative writing from American University and lives in Washington, D.C, with her husband and their two children.
Blair Brown is an accomplished stage, television and film actress. She won Broadway's 2000 Tony Award as Best Actress for Copenhagen and has also starred in Cabaret with Alan Gumming and James Joyce's , and The Dead , with Christopher Walken . Best known for the title role in The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd , some favourite film roles include Altered States, One-Trick Pony, Continental Divide with John Belushi , A Flash of Green, Strapless and Dogville .