This is a new writer for me, but he completely captivated. A very good read, was sad when the book ended.
It was the best morning of Louisville, Kentucky, computer whiz Sam Case’s life. That is, until he zipped up his pants and left the gorgeous Karen Vogel to go home to his wife, Rachel.
Kidnapped by thugs unknown, he’s asked a simple question: “What’s your wife’s bra size?” He soon finds out why when he sees a picture left in his car. And pictures don’t lie, do they? Well, sometimes they do.
Sometimes you can’t even believe something you’ve experienced. It may be a movie being made, and your sister-in-law wasn’t really murdered. Or was she? Something is definitely not on the up and up here. And Sam’s got to find out what it is, or he won’t be able to save Rachel from a horrible fate.
At one point, Sam finds himself barreling down the street in a car with an open trunk that contains a stinking dead body – that of his sister-in-law – as he tries to escape four midgets shooting at him.
Then, as his world is falling apart, he gets a call from, of all people, Donovan Creed, the Homeland Security assassin we’ve come to know and love. Creed promises to help him, but ends up being a captive like him … and Karen … and Rachel … in an abandoned garage.
Creed’s involvement doesn’t start until just before ¾ of the story is told. Then, in flashback, we find out just what’s really going on.
It’s another page-turner from John Locke. Now, on to the next one.