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Chasing The Night by Iris Johansen
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Nov 18, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: mystery

Eve Duncan is a forensic sculptor. She takes a skull rebuilds it if needed, and using scientific methods attempts to recreate the face of the individual it belonged to. In this book, however, Eve is asked to utilize a different skill which she doesn't see herself an expert in. That is to do an age progression of a missing child so that the mother has a clue to what he may look like today. 8 years after her son's abduction Catherine Ling is convinced her child is alive and now is the time to act before his time runs out. Catherine is a CIA operative whose son was kidnapped by an individual she captured previously and holds a grudge. While the CIA has done some to ensure her son is alive, the connection with this individual has been vital enough that they haven't gone out of their way to save him. That connection, however, is about to be severed and Catherine can afford to wait no longer. I really enjoyed this book and will need to go back and read all the previous books in this series.

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