RITA Award-winning author Irene Hannon brings fans this exciting conclusion to her Heroes of Quantico series. In Harm’s Way opens with FBI agent Nick Bradley desperate to find a missing child. Then Rachel Sutton walks into his life, offering a tenuous link - Rachel claims she can feel the child’s terror through a tattered doll. Skeptical at first, Nick slowly uncovers startling connections that make him believe Rachel’s story - and believe her life is in grave danger.
©2010 Irene Hannon (P)2012 Recorded Books, LLC
Yes, it has a good story
Too much religious theme
First book is entertaining.
After reading a 2nd book by author, it was the basic theme of this one. Only names and careers were changed. I won't read another book from this author.
Say something about yourself!
High on the list
Finding the Raggedy Ann doll.
No one favorite. Enjoyed discovering Rachel's sister, the twin link, Rachel hiding the gloves, the race to find her....
I really enjoyed the book but no extreme reaction.
This a fairly simplistic plot and easy to see where it was going. I was mildly interested until religion became a focal point for the characters. I stopped listening.
The narration was good and no suggestions for improvement.
My primary reaction to this book was Disappointment.
I have nothing against people who read or write inspirational fiction, but it is neither a genre that I would buy voluntarily nor read, thus I am bothered that I am stuck with a book that I bought totally unware of its contents. It is not the first time this happens when Audible sells inspirational books masked as other.
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