Now, many years later, out of power and consumed with the desire for revenge, Balserio has kidnapped the boy and taken him to his new home base in Florida. What makes it worse is the man he has used: a local legend named Prax, his face a network of burns, whose own favorite instrument of amusement is the lighted match. Ford hoped he'd left his violent past behind him long ago, but he knows he has no choice. The man has his son. And unless Ford can track them down quickly, anything could happen, even worse than he can imagine. If that's possible...
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I do not usually write reviews, for many reasons, but I felt this was warranted a few short comments. First, this was my first Randy White book. At times I felt like I had come in on the middle of the conversation... maybe because it was my first book. Also, I believe the ending was intended to be a cliff hanger but it seemed more of a blatant attempt to sell the next book. I could be wrong... this is just my opinion.
The characters were boring and predictable. I would not say it was a "bad book" but it will not be a book that I will listen to again for the enjoyment. It was kind of bland... not enough salt.
Incredible book, Incredible story, narration, plot and action scenes. This one really resonates with me, one of the few Doc Ford books where you get a glimpse of the personal side of the man and see his flaws. By humanizing him, it really strengthens the character. I read these books out of order and I will have to read the next one in the series to see what happens with Doc and Dewey, was the dang test positive?
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