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AuthorAnita Dickason
LanguageEnglish
PublisherMystic Circle Books
Publication Date16-May-17
Book DescriptionAn intricate scheme to abduct the children of the most powerful politicians on Capitol Hill gets disrupted when Kerry Branson, ex-homicide detective turned private investigator, inadvertently rescues one of the victims on a fog-laden backroad in the Piney Woods of East Texas., , When Kerry discovers the six-year-old boy is the son of a U.S. Senator kidnapped from his Austin home, her call to the FBI is just the beginning of her problems. Pursued by a ruthless band of mercenaries who seem to know her every move, Kerry is forced into an uneasy alliance with the agent assigned to the case, FBI Tracker Ryan Barr., , As the abductions continue, their search for the children will pit Kerry and Ryan against a formidable adversary who uses his wealth and political power to cloak a psychopathic obsession. His manipulation extends deep into the government even to the Office of the President., , A horrific plan slowly emerges--one that has drug cartels and terrorist groups lined up to cash in. With their lives on the line, Kerry and Ryan aren't backing down.
Editorial Review2017 Book Viral Millennium Book Award/Longlisted Author 2017 Literary Titan Gold Book Award 15 Reviews, Rating: 4:67: Goodreads, Amazon US & UK "The shift in points of view is brilliant. A page-turner and suspense was biting--all the time. An incredible plot that is a must-read. Anita Dickason has quickly jumped onto my favorite authors list and I cannot wait to read more of her books." Five Stars: Readers' Favorite Review "A tight and convincing noir thriller that would transition well to wider medium. The plot is expertly handled, and the writing is vivid and energetic with events unfolding in tightly focused chapters that take us to the crux of Dickason's narrative and here again, she excels at ratcheting up the tension and developing well-nuanced characters." Book Viral Review "A great read. Loved every bit of it. Well-written, easy to read." Review by Michelle "Excellent book. Very good read." Review by Thomas "If I was to sum writing and story up by making a comparison I would say elements of James Patterson but edgier and far more intelligent." Review by ML H "I read the first novel in this series and thoroughly enjoyed but this one is actually my favorite." Review by Karen
Number of Pages302