The Darkness Inside

The Darkness Inside You make an assumption you make a mistake and it costs a young girl seven years of her life How far would you go to put that right Cody Williams was never charged with a string of child abductions and

  • Title: The Darkness Inside
  • Author: John Rickards
  • ISBN: 9780141021164
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Paperback
  • You make an assumption you make a mistake and it costs a young girl seven years of her life.How far would you go to put that right Cody Williams was never charged with a string of child abductions and murders across New England, but everyone knows he was the man behind them While the remains of some of his victims have been found down the years, several are still outYou make an assumption you make a mistake and it costs a young girl seven years of her life.How far would you go to put that right Cody Williams was never charged with a string of child abductions and murders across New England, but everyone knows he was the man behind them While the remains of some of his victims have been found down the years, several are still out there, buried in the Massachusetts wilds Now Cody s dying and the families want their children s bodies recovered And he ll talk, but only to the man who put him away, former FBI agent Alex Rourke.It s an unpleasant task for Rourke, but it gets far worse when he finds out that one of the victims might not have been killed at all, as he and everyone else had assumed That she might still be alive, seven years later, still held captive That Williams might not have acted alone That by bringing down Cody, Alex gave the true villain free rein.Alex gambled his soul on Cody s guilt when he was in the Bureau, and it looks like he bet wrong Now he could buy the lost girl s freedom with his own, but will he And if not, can he find her true captor and make up in some small way for the mistakes he made seven years ago, or will he and she die in the attempt

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    1. This is my first Alex Rourke/John Rickards book and I did like it & found it engaging.I would have liked to read a little more about what happened to Kris after he escaped from Mr.Anderson and why Mr.Anderson became who he was. But they were killed too soon and the questions went unanswered which I felt was a bit of a let down.I still like the book enough to pick up another John Rickards novel if I come across one in the future.

    2. Again the unpredictable nature of Alex Rourke leads to a novel where you throw the rule book out of the window. His unravelling mental state adds to the confusion but this compelling novel will grip you and you will not be able to put it down

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