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Alex Mercer spends his spare time operating a blog for missing children - a pastime inspired by his daughter's recent disappearance. Another relative goes missing. As he follows up on leads coming into his site, the police department is inundated with a rash of missing persons cases.
The incidents seem unrelated until evidence ties the cases to a dilapidated apartment building known for its unsavory clientele. Suspicion falls on a disbanded cult. The same cult Alex's own relatives had managed to escape from and bring down a decade earlier.
The cult leaders, recently released or escaped from prison, reassemble their members and mandate a new mission to capture and kill all those responsible for the breakdown of their community. After another loved one disappears, Alex is ready to rescue the missing people from certain death. But will he get there in time?
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By shelley on 03-26-18
Very entertaining, lots of suspense...
Turn Back Time is the second book in the Alex Mercer series. I thoroughly enjoyed this and the first book in this series (Girl in Trouble). Alex Mercer reminds me a lot of the Jack Stratton character by Christopher Greyson.
Mercer is 25 years old. He's the father of an 11 year old daughter. He has an older sister who had been kidnapped by a cult when she was a young teenager. She had escaped and was partly responsible for the elders being put in prison. Now the prophet has been released and his right hand man has escaped and they want vengeance.
Rachel Dulude does an excellent job narrating.
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By Wayne on 04-08-18
Another winner in the Alex Mercer series!
Turn Back Time is a family based suspense thriller with fast pace, intense suspense, and vivid characters. Alex Mercer is back with his parents and close to his 12 year old daughter Ariana and her mother Zoe. Again there are kidnappings, but this time its by a cult involving Alex's sister and her mother-in-law. Rachel Dulude does a great ob narrating.
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