Revell. (Private Justice, Bk. 3). Oct. 2014. 400p. ISBN 9780800721251. pap. $14.99; ebk. ISBN 9781441245137. CF
In this third entry in the "Private Justice" series (after Vanished and Trapped), Claire Marshall is still grieving the loss of her husband and toddler killed in a boating accident when she sees a boy at the mall who resembles the son she lost. Convinced that her son is still alive, Claire hires a private investigator to help her find out the truth. But those who know what happened will keep it hidden at any cost, including murder.
VERDICT A riveting narrative arc with multiple plot twists and turns give fans of RITA Award winner and Christy Award finalist Hannon more of what they expect from her high-octane stories of suspense. Newcomers will rush through the mind-bending tale and delight in the lushly developed characters and striking scenes. For fans of Ted Dekker and Dan Walsh.
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