Tuesday, April 3, 2012

The Line Between Here and Gone by Andrea Kane

Amanda Gleason is at her rope's end.  Her one-month old son, Justin, is fighting for his life.  He has a rare disease and he needs a bone marrow transplant.  Unfortunately for Amanda, her Hepatitis C prevents her from being a donor candidate.  What she needs is Justin's father, but he was murdered eight months ago.

On a rare break at the hospital, Amanda receives a text from a friend.  The text contains a picture that looks just like Paul, her old boyfriend who was killed.  Grasping at straws, Amanda immediately moves into action and goes to FI, Forensic Instincts.  There, she begs them to let her hire her.  They have a reputation of closing cold cases and getting results, where normal law enforcement can't go.

After their initial coverage of the case, the team is sure that Paul is alive.  A no-body homicide with too many loose ends sets the team into deep investigation on many levels.  Not only do they find out that Paul was involved with the mob, but it seems that leads take them straight to Washington.  Amanda's baby is running out of time, and her wealthy uncle, who is footing the medical bills, isn't looking too clean.

The team is has many talents, but will they find Paul before it's too late for Justin? Or will Amanda have to find another way to save her son if Paul is really dead?  As the secrets are revealed, the danger increases around Amanda and her infant son. 

THE LINE BETWEEN HERE AND GONE is a thrilling page-turner with a cast of unique and likable characters.  From the first page, I was praying for baby Justin and hoping that Forensic Instincts could pull off a miracle.  From the adrenaline pumping plot twists to the emotion packed hospital scenes, THE LINE BETWEEN HERE AND GONE is a clever and gut-wrenching thriller!

*comes out in July, so make sure to put this one your wishlist!


*I received this ARC complimentary in exchange for an honest review.  All thoughts and opinions are expressly my own.

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