Mark Twain wrote: I don't know anything about this man. Anyhow, I only know two things about him. One is, he has never been in jail, and the other is, I don't know why.
#2 in Charlene Taylor Mystery
Average Rating: 4.0
An aunt's worst nightmare….
In the city of Denver, a series of baby kidnappings has the town devastated. With no ransom demands and no contact from the perpetrators, local law enforcement is at a dead end. No motive equals no answers.
A cop's personal obsession….
Charlene Taylor's niece becomes a victim, and the LAPD detective is thrown headfirst into a whirlwind case with similarities to one from seven years earlier. Out of her jurisdiction, and with no friends or leads, Charlene must walk-the-line between cop and sister.
Who can she trust?
Charlene has to decide who's an ally, and when an unlikely partner steps forward, they must race against the clock: because that critical 48 hour window has come and gone.
This is a twisty, suspenseful mystery with some pretty compelling characters. Charlene Taylor pulls herself together a bit more in this second book of the series, but some of her issues still make it hard to really like her as a character. The story is engaging with a satisfactory ending. And Sharon Huff continues to perform well.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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