Small-town cop Mac Riordan lost his wife in a car crash, but his infant son survived, only to later be kidnapped. Now, five years later, Mac locates him living in Anniversary, Texas, with beautiful Emily Gilley. The more he gets to know this mysterious mother of his son, the less he's convinced she's a coldhearted kidnapper. She might be a victim just as much as he is. So when Emily's under-the-radar lifestyle is suddenly discovered, Mac comes clean. The threats against her - against their child - escalate and Mac must risk it all to protect his son...and the woman who's brought him back to life.
What would have made The Cop's Missing Child better?
The book was good but a different narrator, better would have put more life into it. plus too much repetition of the same phrases.
What other book might you compare The Cop's Missing Child to and why?
Not sure but one I could never finish.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
A whole lot.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
The story was pretty good.
Any additional comments?