By Diana Renn
“I need to run,” stated Juan Carlos. “You will name? Please? it's very important.”
“Yes. i'm going to name. certainly. At two.”
That’s what Tessa supplies. yet via o’clock, younger Ecuadorian biking star Juan Carlos is useless, and Tessa, one of many final humans ever to talk to him, is left with not anything yet questions. The media deems Juan Carlos’s loss of life a sad coincidence at a charity motorbike trip, yet Tessa, an aspiring investigative journalist herself, is aware that anything extra is happening. whereas she grapples along with her personal grief and guilt, she is being stalked through spies with an insidious connection to the lifeless biking champion. Tessa’s pursuit of an evidence for Juan Carlos’s premature loss of life leads her from the quiet New England backwoods to bustling motorbike retailers and finally to Ecuador itself, Juan Carlos’s place of birth. because the journey grows bumpy, Tessa not is familiar with who’s a suspect and who's an best friend. the single factor she understands evidently is that she needs to discover the reality of why Juan Carlos has died and race to discover the genuine villain—before the path is going chilly.
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