Wednesday, September 29, 2010

A-Z Wednesday: In Harm's Way by Irene Hannon


Title: In Harm's Way
Author:
Irene Hannon
ISBN: 978-0800733124
Publisher: Revell/2010
Pages: 326


When Rachel Sutton comes in contact with a Raggedy Ann doll, she has an unexplained feeling of terror. When it happens more than once, she thinks there is something, which needs to be found out. She goes to the FBI office, fully well-knowing no one is going to believe her story. Nick Bradley, a special agent of the FBI, is skeptical as expected.


But somehow the Raggedy Ann doll is connected with a kidnapped child, even though no one can understand how. Rebecca and her husband colin have given up hope of finding their child. The Raggedy Doll in a way helps the strange connection between Rachel and Rebecca, and also leads to the kidnapper. But by this time, Rachel's life is in danger, and Nick has to save her and also find the abducted toddler.


The horror of having a child kidnapped is well brought out. Rachel's relationship to the child can feel a force/pull which leads to the kidnapper. We also winess a romance between Nick and Rachel and a bonding between Rachel and Rebecca. As a child was involved, I couldn't put down the book until I finished it. However, the subject might not gel with readers who have young children. 



10 comments:

Veens said...

Sounds like a good read. good review!

Kristin said...

Sounds like an intense read.

Here's my H author.

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

This one sounds good...intriguing twist with the Raggedy Ann doll.

Here's mine:

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Irene Hannon said...

Thank you for the nice review of one of my Heroes of Quantico books!

Michelle said...

Sounds like a good book.
I like to read suspense/mystery books periodically.
I recently posted a review of a mystery book I read.

My `H` is up

Gramma Ann said...

It made chills run up and down my spine just reading the review.

Nise' said...

My daughter loved this series.

Elizabeth said...

Sounds good..First-time visitor.

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Vicki said...

Sounds like a very good book!

Thanks for playing!

John Mutford said...

I have young children, so yes, it does sound disturbing. I could handle it though. The cover, however, looks cheap-- like a made for tv movie, and not HBO.