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Chasing The Night by Iris Johansen
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Aug 22, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: fiction, romantic-suspense
Read from August 22 to September 22, 2011

Eve Duncan, her soul-mate Joe, and a new found friend come together in this thriller that never ends. Her son was kidnapped when he was just 2 years old by a life long enemy. Hell bent on making her life miserable for an eternity, her ruthless enemy sees to it that once a year, she receives a phone call from her son just long enough to allow her the pleasure of knowing that her son still lives. Connie, seeks out Eve for help in the search and rescue of her son, using the knowledge that Eve, having lost her daughter and having made it her lifes work to search for her presumed dead "Bonnie" and bring her home by finding her remains, she uses this as an incentive to convinece Eve to help her find her son and bring him home...Alive! Eve, unable to refuse takes the trip, along with her lover Joe, to Russia and the war zone that still exists there. Together, with the assistance of the CIA and Homeland Security and a few other acquaintances along the way, Connie, Eve, and Joe struggle thru death, destruction, and mayhem to the ends of Russia to find the missing boy and bring him home.

This was a great read, with all the "Duncan" twists and turns along the way. Thrilling, exciting, heart touching, and intresting, this book is an add to the "A" list of all the "Duncan" novels.

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