Nineteen years ago, Erin Baker’s sister, Claire, was kidnapped from a park in Miami. Although Claire was found four years later, the tragedy had long-lasting effects on both Claire and Erin, who stills blames herself. Now a CIA officer with three martial arts black belts, Erin has dedicated her life to defending those unable to protect themselves. Then a child disappears near her home, bringing up long buried memories, and Erin becomes convinced there’s a link to her sister’s kidnapping case.
When several children go missing near Washington D.C., FBI agent Alex Donovan, who specializes in locating missing children, is charged with heading the investigation. Then Erin Baker shows up, claiming to have seen a potential suspect that fits the description of The Magician, an alleged child abductor so elusive many believe he’s just a myth. Before long, Erin and Alex find themselves embroiled in a horrifying world where children are stolen and trafficked. Now it’s a race against time to find the missing children before it’s too late. But the closer they get to the truth, they and everyone they love become targets for a killer.
With deeply-drawn characters, a relentless pace, and a powerful plot that echoes the most shocking headlines, Out of Reach is a suspenseful thriller that will keep readers turning the pages right up to the suspenseful and nerve-wracking end.
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out of reach by Patricia Levin
One of the best authors and makes it a Can’t put down book 📖 I love ❤️ the story with all of the gory details and will recommend it to all Mystery Readers. An avid fan Marjorie Sparks
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OUT OF REACH. By Patricia Lewin
Her mission, involved her sister, the risks she took, made her dangerous. The kidnapping, she knew it was connected to the past, he still used parks for his game, she called him Magic Man, others say he is a myth. Alex and Erin work together, soon the evil was over powering, the underground,and children from all over. Survival, would it be possible for them and what they had uncovered. Gritty, strong plot,and doesnt stop till the last page. Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.by Net Galley