his journalist has written a dark, disturbing psychological thriller in which the ood guy – a woman in th case – has the best possible motivation for what she does, but what she does…As I said, it is bizarre, to forget the least.Lucy Kendall, a thirty-three-year-old former child protection worker-turned private investigator, is playing Russian roulette with her career and her life.
Todd, the police detective in charge of Kailey ’ s kidnappin is also the stepbrother of Justin, the recently released child murderer from Lucy ’ s, who appens to live across the street from the missing irl.
But it makes for a very engrossing story that I read from start to finish in less than a day.And while Lucy is certainly doing something unethical, illegal, and mmoral, Ms. Green still manages to give her a likable haracter.
She has a deeply rooted passion for the perpetrator of child sexual abuse, those whom the system has failed.
But I like he way Ms. Green slowly brought out his character.
Intermingled with the search for Kailey were sad stories about the past lives of Lucy, Chris, Justin, and others.