In a small town like Hanks, people aren’t used to sticking posters of missing persons, onto tree trunks, but everything changes when a fourteen-year-old girl, Janet Jones, goes missing in the most mysterious way imaginable, leaving behind nothing but unanswered questions.
As years go by, the sweet memories of Janet begin to wither away from people’s minds, until a young and determined detective decides to take the case into her own hands. Grappling her way through Janet’s labyrinthine life, she wonders if she will ever be able to find out what actually happened to her or will she forever remain a fragment of people’s memories.
About the author
The author, Ishani Lal, born in 1999, is a third year, Economics Honours student in the University of Delhi. Originally from Ranchi, Jharkhand, she currently lives in New Delhi. She has been an avid reader of spy novels since a very young age. Dancing, singing and painting are her areas of interest.
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