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Book Two is so much better than book one. I really enjoyed this book and hope Simon Wood decides to continue this series.
In this book a little girl is kidnapped by a man calling himself the Shepherd. Her family is visiting from the UK. The kidnapper calls the newspaper Scott Fleetwood used to work for. He says he will only deal with Scott. There's a lot of running around with directions on what and how to deliver his ransom. But it seems the Shepherd is not the one running the show. He's been hired by someone else. His employer tells him not to let her go but to ask for another ransom. After that's been paid the employer again doesn't want the little girl released but he wants something the Shepherd can not do.
Meanwhile there's a few subplots going on including trouble at the newspaper. All of them somehow connect to the kidnapping. And the Shepherd is not who he first appears to be.
Mel Foster does an amazing job narrating. In the book the kidnapper uses a voice changer that changes with every word. Foster does this to perfection!
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book.
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At this point I've listened to every Simon Wood novel available in audio. Most are very good indeed, but a couple including Paying the Piper, the first novel in this series, have been disappointing (3 stars). Saving Grace is the best work by Wood yet including others that I have rated 5 stars. It is a must listen audio book for those who like the mystery/thriller genre with intense suspense and and great plot twists. The publisher's summary sets up the story well, so read it before purchasing the audio book.
Mel Foster does a very nice job of narration.
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