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Publisher's Summary

Four years ago, Detective Inspector Harlan Miller killed someone. Now - divorced, alone, consumed by guilt - the world outside his prison walls holds little for him. Until an eight-year-old boy is abducted. Ethan Reed. The son of the man he killed. Frustrated by a police search that finds nothing, Ethan's mother appeals to the man she hates most in the world. She has one question to ask - beg - of Harlan Miller. Find her little boy. Do whatever it takes.

©2011 Ben Cheetham (P)2014 W F Howes Ltd

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The author's writing in itself is quite good and flows seemingly well. Yet several of the characters lacked consistency in their actions.

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  • Mr. D. Jordan
  • 01-29-15

Gripping

there were parts that dragged but overall a very good book. I heard Angel of Death 1st. which was equally as gripping, so had to go back and listen to this one

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-13-18

Well wrote and we!l narrated

Another book that Andrew Wincott has narrated well. The story was a great read, it was a great listen with lots of touching moments and i enjoyed it.