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The Stolen (Henry Parker Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2008

    Very predictable!

    Saw the ending to this a MILE away! I liked the characters (this is my first Henry Parker novel), but the plot was entirely too thin! I enjoy reading thrillers, but this was so blatantly transparent!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2008

    JASON PINTER CONTINUES HIS RISE

    I just finished 'The Stolen' in 3 days and Jason Pinter justs gets better and better. His 3 books have all been outstanding. The main character is Henry Parker a young journalist from Oregon who is tenacious once he gets ahold of a story 'similiar but better than Detective Lou Boldt, the famous character created by Michael Connelly'. Henry uses the same strategy. Grab a thread and just keep pulling, until he tracks down the bad guys, while putting his life in harm's way. He is surrounded by a great cast of characters. The author's next book, The Fury, is previewed at the end of the stolen, and will be released in March 2009. I can't wait.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Six months has passed since New York Legal Aid attorney Amanda Davies ended her relationship with New York Gazette reporter Henry Parker because he chose work over her. Since getting a job on the newspaper, his life turned hectic and dangerous but not just for him anyone close to him including Amanda (see THE MARK). ---- However, the investigative reporter puts his personal life on hold again when he is given an incredible exclusive. Five years ago, then six year old Daniel Linwood was kidnapped the case went cold until now. Suddenly eleven years old Daniel has come home. He remembers nothing as to where he has been, what happened to him, or even how he ended up back at his family¿s house. Henry interviews the child, but learns nothing about the mystery from the kid. He and Amanda soon learn that other children have been abducted and ultimately returned. As they dig deeper, an unknown adversary is willing to kill the nosy journalist and his former girlfriend to prevent the truth from surfacing. ---- The latest Henry Parker investigative tale is an exciting whodunit as the hero and his ex girlfriend team up on the case. Henry is terrific as his inquiries leave him confused with more unanswered questions his first hand account enhances his bewilderment and that of the audience as the motive is just out of reach. However, it is his sort of schizoid personality that makes him a superb character as he is a classic New York City cynic on the job and a closet romantic in his home. Fans will appreciate this entertaining suspense thriller with the right touch of sexual tension to augment a fine read. ---- Harriet Klausner

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