A gripping tale of fiction that explores the dark and terrifying truth about man's ability and willingness to sacrifice human's greatest asset for greed, our children. A trafficker puts forth a well-crafted series of events that will draw the moths to the flame. His victims will come to him voluntarily without realizing the danger and finality of their innocent decisions. From his villa fortress on the Pacific Ocean in Mexico, he operates an export business unlike any other.
He exports children and young women. A small country community in Texas is ripped apart and filled with fear and despair as the homicidal trafficker watches his plans of riches and revenge bear fruit at the expense of the innocent. Every parent and grandparent will shutter as they hear how easy it could be to lose their children. Every parent to be will rethink the age-old belief that they can protect their children from the predators of this world.
The cast of characters from Conchita's Eyes all return in this suspenseful story that leaves us all to wonder what really happens to the millions of children that become missing each year. Although harrowing throughout, the story is also about love and mankind's constant struggle against evil in our world.
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- Steve M.
Allen Davis' 1st book was good, this one is great!
Would you consider the audio edition of Not Our Children! to be better than the print version?
My wife bought the paper back. She liked it as well as I did the Audio. Combined, they fill any gaps that your imagination might miss.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
This book doesn't let you relax from the start. You know that something is about to happen and there is nothing that can be done to stop it. Made me anxious from the beginning. I can't say that for most of the suspense books that I have read or listened to.
What does John Stamper bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
For sure! There are some terrible men in this book and he puts life into them. You can't feel their presence. Since the author brought the same characters over from Conchita's Eyes, and John Stamper narrated it too, he knows these characters well. Its convincing.d
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, and I did.
Any additional comments?
Left me waiting for the next book from the Author and Narrator. Hope they team up again.