All That Remains
About the Book
In the suburbs of Dallas, Texas, little girls have started to disappear. The city is in hysterics. Parents are frantic, and the police are baffled. Thea Kelly is one of the shocked community members, witnessing the horror via the news on TV. She feels bad for the parents, but her home is protected and her neighborhood is safe. She isn’t worried—until her own daughter, Alexa, goes missing.
Days pass, then weeks and months. Alexa Kelly is not coming home. The realization is paralyzing, and Thea finds it almost impossible to go on. An entire year passes before the culprit is brought to justice, but there is no word on the whereabouts of Thea’s daughter or whether she is alive or dead. It is possible that the kidnapper did not murder all the girls, but it looks as though Thea’s daughter’s location will remain a mystery forever.
No longer able to remain in Dallas—surrounded by the memories of her little girl—Thea escapes to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she plans to start a new life, leaving the painful past behind. The healing process gradually begins when she meets new friends and embarks upon a new career. But is it possible to move on after the loss of a child, or will Thea always be haunted by the image of her little girl, reaching out to her?
About the Author
Melva Haggar Dye is a freelance writer of both fiction and nonfiction. Her articles have appeared in numerous publications, including Chicken Soup for the Unsinkable Soul. All That Remains is her first novel. She and her husband make their home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Lake Lure, North Carolina, and enjoy frequent visits to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Melva is currently at work on an upcoming novel.