Eighteen months ago, Divinity Parker mysteriously disappeared from her school playground. Everyone, including the FBI, believes her to have been killed or trafficked. A resident of a Georgia town insists she knows where the missing girl is.
Though Forrest Spencer and his law colleagues are dubious about this claim, Divinity's mother tasks them with the identification and recovery of her daughter. They find the child alive and thriving. What troubles Spencer and his team is why Divinity, only one and a half years gone, wishes so vehemently to remain distant from her California home.
When the answer comes, the two criminal defense attorneys, the firm's private investigator and an FBI agent on leave grapple with issues well beyond their expertise. How can they perform their duty and still uphold the best interest of the child?
In Stolen Child, you will struggle along with Spencer and his group with the meaning of parenthood and with the question of who rightful parents are.
"In the aftermath of such emotionally charged events, as his character looks for brighter days ahead, the intent seems clearly suggestive of an opening for the next book in the Forrest Spencer series." (US Review of Books)
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