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Gone Again

Gone Again (Jack Swyteck, #12)Gone Again by James Grippando

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Grippando delivers his readers a page-turner.

As Andie is dealing with preeclampsia and bed rest, Jack stumbles into a death-row/pro-bono case after having moved into his new office at the Freedom Institute.

A kidnapping victim’s mom is insisting that the convicted murderer – whose death warrant was just signed by the governor – in her daughter’s case is innocent because she has just taken a call from her supposedly dead daughter.

It turns out, however, witnesses, including the victim’s family (from the original crime), for the victim are not being honest with Jack – this would make me call a halt to everything – except that a man’s life is on the line and the clock is ticking!

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