The kidnapper's face is one Jack recognizes from an unsolved case early in his career on the police force. With a deadly clock ticking, Jack is determined to rescue the abducted girl before it's too late.
In this skillfully written, immensely satisfying novel, best-selling author James Swain shocks and thrills from first page to last.
©2009 James Swain; (P)2009 BBC Audio
This is a good read. Very well worth the cost or credit. Swain's character, Jack Carpenter, kind of grows on you like Grippando's Jack Swytech, or Patterson's Alex Cross. This story is well crafted and keeps you wondering.
Surprisingly, this was a pretty good read, however, the narrator was absolutely horrible. His reading was flat, no characterization; I felt he did not do justice to the book at all, which is a shame because the author's writing was tight and believable.
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