Sarah's new husband has vanished and her desperate search for him leads her to believe that he ran off with a coworker and a large amount of money from the bank where they worked. One day she knows this couldn't be true, and the next, she gets another clue that points in a horrible direction. It's all in the psycho's plan. He is holding her husband captive and he's doing everything in his power to break Matthew down to find out how to get Sarah for himself. He got the idea one night while stalking Sarah and Matthew as they watched the play, "Cyrano de Bergerac". He would learn to play the Cyrano Game. Writer's Digest Judge's Commentary: The writing crackles with suspense and excitement, and tells a fascinating story that lends itself well to the thriller genre. The crosscutting of scenes and shifting between viewpoints is cinematic in nature, and so this book would lend itself quite well to being filmed commercially. The cast of characters, especially Sarah as she emerges to become the primary protagonist, are, individually and collectively, certainly strong enough to command center stage throughout the novel, and will successfully engage the reader's interest in wanting to know what will happen next. This is a really entertaining plot that could easily appeal to a wide audience.