Our protagonist, Yolanda, is now married and has moved to Christchurch, New Zealand. She has adjusted to her new life as stepmother, and wife of a chief detective inspector. She no longer skulks the digital dark allies of the world and her problems are no longer life threatening. Then her father calls to inform her that he is in love and is about to wed. However there is just one slight problem; the bride's best friend and future maid of honor, Bridgit, desperately needs a bone marrow transplant and DNA analysis has just indicated the only man she knew as father is not biologically related, moreover, neither are her many sibling's fathers. Aside from the inevitable finger-pointing and ensuing family dysfunction, Bridgit desperately needs a donor match and quickly. Yolanda must use her data recovery skills to dig deep into decades old records to discover who the 'sperm donor' is and hopefully locate an appropriate marrow donor before the bone marrow cancer kills the maid of honor and ruins the upcoming nuptials. Using her exquisite computer skills and investigative instincts, she easily finds a digital trail to follow, only to find herself in the crosshairs of the CIA. Whatever happened 35 years ago remains so important the agency will go to any lengths to stop her. With the help from an unlikely source and against a foe as talented as she is at the keyboard, she doggedly follows the increasingly threatening trail until it leads her to the answer and simultaneously lands her in the hands of the very CIA agent intent on maintaining the nauseating secret. There is a no holds barred fight for her life and freedom, but even as she unleashes her dark side in the battle, she wonders whether the world is ready to hear the truly horrifying story?
Dr. Rocha was born in San Antonio, Texas but was whisked away to Madrid, Spain at the tender age of one. On completing his tenth year, his parents decided to return to the states so that he and his brother could benefit from both learning English and a great American education; therefore they settled in Jackson, Mississippi. Upon graduation from high school and in search of snow, the author chose to attend Kalamazoo College, where he met his future wife, Carolyn. He pursued a degree in Math and Physics, and then went on and obtained his Master's degree in Physics before deciding to change course and pursue a career in medicine. He graduated from the University of Maryland Medical School in 1986, finished his residency at the University of Maryland in 1989 and has been practicing in Hampstead, Maryland for the past 25 years.