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"Engrossing, provocative and haunting, Intern is a riveting combination."
-- New York Times bestselling author
Mary Jane Clark

A captivating novel of political scandal, about men in power and the women who love them.

April Wayne, 23 years old, is interning for a charismatic senator from California. When she disappears one night, suspicion falls on the senator who was the last one to see her. When the media learn that the two were supposedly having affair, he becomes their prime suspect.

INTERN tells April's story, and the senator's, but it also tells the story of the two women forced into the spotlight as a result of the disappearance. It is the story of April's mother, Gloria, who becomes consumed with finding her daughter, while her husband descends into a paralyzing depression. It is also the story of Suzanne, the senator's dutiful wife, who has to confront the shocking truth about the man to whom she has devoted her life.

INTERN is rich and layered page-turner you won't be able to put down.