It took some time for me to get involved in the plot at first, because the main character seemed to have a vague background. However, his current plight soon seemed to override his past and I did care about him and his family. I was glad it was noted up front that this is the third in a series. I should have read books one and two first, because I would have known more about his past and been connected sooner. The suspense was done quite well. There was tragedy, hope, intrigue, and crime drama, but I do not wish to spoil the story for anyone by being specific. I was worried for the characters and wanted to cheer them on. The secondary characters were very supportive, admirable for any church family. Even though I felt for a few moments that the book was a platform for the author's views, he did effectively give a view of the very devastating possibilities in crimes against children. I wondered if the plot was just a bit too full of dramatic turns, but in all, it really got me involved and it was a satisfying read.
Boone's perfectly put back together life takes a horrible twist when his wife has a horrific accident and then when things can't get any worse they do only he doesn't know it all yet. His adopted son is kidnapped and by the time all the puzzle pieces are put back together he has been taken out of the country.
I loved this book and look forward to going back and reading the first two books in the Precinct 11 series.
What a riveting novel! This book was a little hard to get into at the beginning because it is assumed that one has read the previous novels, which I hadn't. The book starts with an abduction (which as it played out I kept wanting to shout, "no - watch out!"), but turns quickly into a human trafficking nightmare. But after the first chapter I found it impossible to put it down until the last page.