Jeff Abbott is an interesting author. A little more suspenseful than I like, but very innovative. I've enjoyed some of his other books more than this one as they weren't quite so suspenseful or raw. But I know several who really liked this book, too.
Some intriguing twists and turns in the plot. A good read!
Great twisted plot. Hard to figure out who the real bad guys are in this one.
Whit's attempts to track down the mother who abandoned him, lead to bloody and unforeseen circumstances. This is the third in the series, and is the darkest and most emotional yet. If you like suspenseful mystery thrillers, this one's for you.
The story of Whit Mosley a judge who decides to try and find his mother. He finds her and discovers she was framed for murder and vows to help her. He turns his back on this law, but is his mother who she says she is?
Heor, Judge White Mosley's search to find the mother that left him and his brothers.
Another twist and turn mystery, very entertaining. Kept me guessing to the end
Judge Whit Mosely leaves his small town to search for his mother who abandoned her family 30 years before. He does it for a good reason but ends up paying an awful price. Exciting but I liked his first book a bit better (A Kiss Gone Bad).
Would like to give this one more than 3 stars but can't
I liked it but by half way it was getting tedious reading as it seemed to just go on and on about the same thing over and over, too many fights, too many car chases, too much running around with nothing really happening. Being 400+ pages it was just too long because of all of the above and that's when I start skipping and skimming.
Will read more by Jeff Abbott and hope they don't drag out a story just to fill pages.