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Ten years later, Eric is a Detective in Nutfield, New Hampshire, with a mutt named Magic his only company. One evening, Magic finds a small boy in the woods near Eric’s home. The mystery begins! Small town friendships and the police force are shocked by sex trafficking, but determined to overcome the evil that has come to town. Those taken are “property to be loaned, rented, and sold”.
This storyline is handled with dignity and love. The characters are well-described and strong, women and men. Tension and suspense keep the story moving quickly with a few surprises along the way. An engrossing and emotional read! Thank you to the author for the link to a free novella at the end of the book!
An eight year old little boy, Daniel, shows up at Eric's place. Eric is a police investigator. Daniel's speech seemed rehearsed--his name, his momma's name, his age and that he has no daddy. Eric was angry at the 'Monster Mother' who would leave her child all alone and disappear.
This is a story about sex trafficking. Such a horrific thing. I was glad the author didn't go into any gruesome details as this is Christian fiction.
Little does Eric know that the boy's momma is someone from his past and still in his heart. She is attempting to put the man away who held her captive and murdered her sister. She had her son, Daniel, go to the one man she knew would keep him safe in case she wasn't able to return to him.
I hope Robin continues this series.
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves good clean stories written in a Christian perspective.