Synopsis: He’s fighting for justice while she fights for her life.
With his daughter lying in the hospital, struck down in a reckless hit-and-run, the only thing Jon Reznick can do is wait—and plot his revenge. Not satisfied with the slow-moving police investigation, he starts his own manhunt.
He discovers that the car belongs to a high-ranking diplomat whose interests are closely tied to those of the United States government, and this man may not be what he appears. The FBI wants Reznick to back down, but the more information Jon digs up, the more questions he finds. Was it a simple accident, or is there more to it? How many young women’s lives has this man ruined? Lauren’s life hangs in the balance, and Jon must get answers, no matter the cost—to him or the government.
With the help of a dedicated NYPD detective who has suspicions of her own, as well as FBI Assistant Director Martha Meyerstein, Jon Reznick will have to fight for his daughter while she fights for her life.
Kat’s Rating: 5/5
My Review; DAMN, I just love this series and this book was brilliant! Jon gets a call with the worst news ever. His daughter has been knocked over in a hit and run. Honestly, as soon as I read that I just KNEW that Jon Reznick wouldn’t let it lie. Reznick is a brilliant character, a little stereo typical as he doesn’t take kindly to orders etc but one that I absolutely love. With his daughter’s life on the line he has absolutely zero regard for the law and as such starts to plot his revenge.
This book had me from the first page and there is plenty of action to sustain the pace. Added in to the fact that Meyerstein makes a return as well as the Hacker who Jon uses (who I definitely think should make more appearances). We also meet Detective Acosta who is working the case and she makes a welcome addition to the story. I had a suspicion I knew where the story would go but that didn’t disappoint me even when I was right. I also love the fact we get to see a side to Reznicks daughter that we hadn’t seen before which will definitely make for interesting future books I think. I read this in one day and absolutely loved it, can’t wait for the next one!