About the book: “Threadgill plunges a detective from the San Antonio Property Crimes Division into a deep-laid plot involving murder, kidnapping, and myriad other crimes above her pay grade.”–Kirkus Reviews
Three years ago, a collision between a fast-moving freight train and a school bus full of kids led to devastation and grief on an unimaginable scale. But a fresh clue leads San Antonio police detective Amara Alvarez to the unlikely conclusion that one of the children may still be alive. If she’s correct, everything law enforcement believes about the accident is a lie.
With time running out, Amara must convince others–and herself–that despite all evidence to the contrary, the boy lives. And she will do everything in her power to bring him home.
A fresh voice in suspense, Tom Threadgill will have you questioning everything as you fly through the pages of this enthralling story.
About the author: Tom Threadgill turned his love of a good tale into a full-time profession. His books have a distinct focus on clean, suspenseful action with strong character development. He is a member of the International Thriller Writers (ITW) and American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW). In his downtime, Tom enjoys woodworking, riding his Harley, and chasing the elusive Yard of the Month award. He currently resides with his wife in the Dallas area and can be reached through his website at TomThreadgill.com.
Review of the book: When I signed up to review this book I thought it would be sad, suspenseful, enjoyable, and maybe have a little romance.From flipping through the last bit of the book trying to get into it I found out I was right … Do you hear the “but” yet? Because it is there.
BUT the lead lady, Amara, is divorced, now I know that for the reasons she’s divorced are okay according to the Bible, cheating and all, I just can’t read it. It is so cliche, and sickening. So, I am not going to finish the book since there are so so many suspense that I’d found lately where the main lady is divorced and it is quickly getting old.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.