City of the Sun by David Levien

May 1, 2008 at 11:53 am Leave a comment

A fabulous thriller! I stayed up way too late trying to finish this, because it grips you from page 1 and is non stop action until the end.

Newspaper Delivery Boy Jamie Gabriel disappears one morning while out delivering papers. Fourteen months later, his parents are on the verge of abandoning all hope. Crushed by dead ends and exhausted by a police force that cannot find their son, the Gabriels finally stumble upon an elusive private investigator who may represent their last chance for answers.

Non stop action. Tense, quick plotting. A tension between wanting to know the PI’s back story, and the need for resolution of Jamie’s disappearance. I enjoyed it so much I’m adding it to my recommended category.

I will forewarn readers that it is gritty, there is violence, and the resolution is quick and leaves you wanting more.

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