Thursday, April 26, 2012

Where's My Son?: Kindle Book of the Day 4/26

In his debut work, author John C. Dalglish delves into every parent's nightmare in Where's My Son?, a chilling tale of one father's struggle to rescue his son and hunt down the kidnappers. The story is full of plenty of suspense, investigative details, and a hero that makes you care about the story. Those of you with children will find it instantly relatable, and some surprises along the way will make this a satisfying read for any suspense fan. Do yourself a favor and grab this fantastic story for only 99 cents!

Name: Where's My Son?
Rating: 4.5 stars over 6 reviews
Price: 0.99
What would you do if your son went missing? How far would you go to get him back?

Michael Barton comes home to find his infant son gone. There is no trace of the kidnappers, and the police have no leads. Michael is driven by a promise and he will not stop.

Detective Jason Strong led the task force to find Michael's son and has become his friend. But as Michael's darkness grows, Jason fears he may be the only one who can stop him.

It is a race against time, as the detective tries to stop the events that will change everyone, before it's too late.

Reviews: "The storyline was one that any parent could relate to with a sense of horror. Michael Barton came home from work one afternoon, found his wife Tammy napping, and their infant son Kristian missing from his crib. The police investigated and determined that Kristian had been kidnapped, but there were few clues, and the police were baffled. Years later, Michael found a single clue that put him on the trail of the kidnappers-and his son. The writing style was quite good, with little of the awkwardness often found in debut novels. The story was fast-paced with no wasted words, dialogues were realistic, and the descriptions of people and places were enough to carry the story without bogging down with details."

Get your copy of Where's My Son? now!

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