Author: Dee Henderson
Genre: Christian Suspense
Length: 432 Pages (Hardcover)
Release: April 2015
My Rating: 5/5 Stars
This novel was received from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
Retired Boston Police Officer Matthew Dane, liven through the most fearful time of his life when his daughter was abducted and missing for eight long years. Turning all of his time and attention to the investigation brought about her rescue, and the next few years focused on getting her healthy and happy again. Life was finally getting back into a routine and rather predictable when Matthew finds a young woman sitting outside his door with one request: "I'd like to go home."
Shannon Bliss is another abducted teen who has been missing for eleven years. Now twenty-seven years old, Shannon, after escaping from her captors, just wants to go home. Proving her identity is easy enough, but getting Shannon to talk about her harrowing experience is not quite as easy, particularly since they know she is protecting someone.
Matthew elicits help from the FBI team we have all come to love: Ann and Paul Falcon. They join Matthew on the nationwide manhunt to put away a family of kidnappers and thieves. Shannon knows there are others who have been abducted and are still out there. Can they find them in time. And...could someone in Shannon's family have been involved in her disappearance? You're in for an exciting experience!
Dee Henderson continues to prove her skill as a writer in this psychological thriller that is sure to have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.