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  • A highly suspenseful novel

    An incredibly suspenseful novel, dealing with a subject that is unfortunately very prevalent today, namely the abduction of children for purposes of slavery and the despicable atrocities that go with it. As Out of Reach highlights, very few children are ever recovered and most parents are left wondering what happened, making it impossible to ever come to terms with the past. One report states that there are currently 45.8 million people in slavery across the world, most of whom are women and girls. Other statistics are even higher. This story revolved around the recovery of one child, but the effects on the lives of the victims is forced into focus. Erin is one such person, facing the guilt that eats at her as she recalls her sister's abduction, and later retrieval. However, it becomes clear that Claire although present in body, has lost herself along the way. When Erin, a CIA operative, finds herself being drawn into the case of a missing child, she discovers the she has the respect of Alex Donovan, the FBI agent working the case, and against all the rules he allows her to join forces with him, knowing that she holds clues to the case that have been evading him. The partnership between Erin and Alex is stressful, but they learn to trust one another's instincts and Erin is grateful when Alex takes her feelings seriously. This book kept me in suspense throughout the telling, and I found it almost impossible to put down. A well written book, dealing with a distasteful subject in a very sensitive manner.

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