In New York Times bestselling author Nevada Barr's gripping novel What Rose Forgot, a young grandmother wakes up to find she's trapped in her worst nightmare.
WHAT SHE FORGOT IS FRIGHTENING.
Rose Dennis wakes up in a hospital gown, her brain in a fog. With no memory of how she ended up at this unknown medical facility, Rose is sure that something is very wrong. When she overhears one of the administrators saying about her that she's "not making it through the week," Rose is convinced that if she's to survive, she has to stop taking her medication. Becoming more and more lucid, she devises a plan of escape.
WHAT SHE REMEMBERS IS DEADLY.
The only problem for Rose now is: how does she convince anyone that what shes experienced is true? With her memory shaky, how can she even trust herself? Enlisting the help of her computer-hacker sister and her teenage granddaughter, Rose begins to piece together fragments of her life. But any lingering doubt that shes in real danger is erased when a stranger starts showing up at her now-abandoned house, determined to get rid of Rose once and for all.
Nevada Barr is the author of the series of New York Times bestselling novels featuring Anna Pigeon, a law enforcement park ranger. Her novels include Winter Study, Borderline and Burn. She won the Agatha Award for Best First Novel for Track of the Cat. Like her character, Barr worked for the National Park Service as a park ranger before resigning to write full time. She had postings to such parks as Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Texas (where Anna Pigeon was created) and Natchez Trace Parkway in Mississippi. She lives in New Orleans.