A powerful, compelling, topical novel about a relationship between a radio DJ and a teenage girl from the author of DYING YOUNG and DANIEL ISN'T TALKING
Radio DJ Craig Kirtz took a shine to Bobbie when she was only thirteen years old, embroiling her in a secret life of sex and drugs.
He remembers their relationship as a love affair. She remembers it as abuse. Thirty years later, she
returns to her hometown to testify against him.
He denies the charges. And he has a witness Bobbie could not have anticipated - her own mother, who is now Craig's wife.
Marti Leimbach was born in 1963 in Washington, DC. She has written several other novels, one of which, Dying Young, was turned into a major feature film in 1991 staring Julia Roberts. Marti now lives in the UK.