Liz knew it would be the story of a lifetime, but was it worth dying for? Elizabeth Kohen, a young journalist trapped in a dead end job, takes on an assignment that she thinks could be the story to make her career. She flies to New Mexico to meet a man who vanished decades ago. Raymond Kowalski was an internationally renowned artist, until he orchestrated his own disappearance. Now he’s an aging squatter in New Mexico’s back country. In Elizabeth, he sees an opportunity that he can’t resist; the chance to be the author of his own legacy. When they meet, their lives will change forever.
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