A senator's family has been threatened--and now one of them is missing. Can Mac and Dana find Sara before it's too late?
The senator had raised this niece as his own daughter. So when she doesn't return home and her abandoned car is found in a parking garage, it alarms not only the family but law enforcement agencies throughout the Northwest. The only clue: a set of menacing letters sent to the senator's office. Now it's up to Oregon state police officers Mac McAllister and Dana Bennett and their team to find a lead . . . or to find Sara . . . before they find her dead.
The case will be made harder because not only must they share evidence with the FBI but navigate stand-offs between the government, Native American tribal customs, political pride, family intrigue . . . and even their own hearts. Meanwhile, two questions loom that, if answered, could provide the missing link in their investigation: First, is Sara a victim, or a dissatisfied wife who has run away? And second, is politics being used to mask a sordid truth, or has someone's passion for a cause possibly led them to violence?
About the Author
Harrison James is in a supervising role in a major metropolitan police department. He has worked as an undercover narcotics agent, as a detective investigating hundreds of homicides and abuse cases, and with the fish and wildlife division enforcing big-game laws. James has also appeared in several reality police/crime TV series.