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Every Fear

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2006

    A Great Thriller Novel That Keeps You In Suspense

    Lee and Maria Colson have finally managed to have a child. She goes to a local store and while inside, her baby son Dylan is abruptly stolen from under the very eyes of his temporary baby sitter. Maria runs out and sees her baby being taken away in a van. When she tries to stop the kidnappers she is critically injured and is initially not expected to live. Two other main characters are introduced early in the story. Jason Wade is a young reporter and he soon has a loose connection to Grace Gorman, a homicide detective with the Seattle Police Department. Together they gradually help unravel a complicated plot that could have included the baby's father. A murder of a young woman at the address found by reading the tag of the van is another part of the puzzle that may have involved the kidnapper. The plot from then on is rapidly developed until the ending, which I will give you the pleasure of reading. This is vintage Rick Mofina. It was a book I had trouble putting down long enough to eat until I had finished it. It is a great read written by a master story teller. Don't start reading this book in the evening. You won't want to sleep until you have finished it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2006

    Rick Mofina is one of the best thriller writers publishing today

    After years of being told she could not conceive a baby, Maria Colson gets a miracle when she becomes pregnant. She and husband Lee cherish their infant son Dylan, but tragedy strikes when their child is abducted from his teenage babysitter while mom was grocery shopping. Maria seeing what was happening jumped on the getaway van, but fell off and remains unconscious.---------------- The FBI and Washington State law enforcement investigate. The van was in a fender bender with a car, but drove off. The car driver reported the incident to a private investigative firm, avoiding the police and his insurance company in the hopes that the driver will settle off the books so he gets a bigger payoff. The father of Seattle Mirror reporter Jason Wade works at the firm and gives his son the license plate of the van. The Wades follow that lead to a home where they find a dead thirty year old woman stabbed over seventy times. The delusional kidnapper believes the child is hers and her ex-con lover has no room for a kidnapped child in his plans, making a rescue seemingly impossible.----------------- Rick Mofina is one of the best thrill writers publishing today as proven by his latest book with his ability to have his audience stand in the shoes of Dylan¿s parents. The suspense is very high because the story line is believable even with a deranged kidnapper. As time passes, fans will feel the growing tension especially with the multiple perspectives as the reporter, the police, the parents and even the kidnapper wear EVERY FEAR on their respective sleeves. This is a must read for thriller fans.------------ Harriet Klausner

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