Splintered Lives (The Lives Trilogy Book 3) by Joseph Lewis
It began on the Navajo Indian Reservation when a fourteen year old boy, George Tokay, witnessed and reported the murder of a Caucasian boy his own age. Kelliher and his team of FBI agents solved that crime, which led to the freedom of thirty boys who were abducted off safe suburban streets and held in…
It began on the Navajo Indian Reservation when a fourteen year old boy, George Tokay, witnessed and reported the murder of a Caucasian boy his own age. Kelliher and his team of FBI agents solved that crime, which led to the freedom of thirty boys who were abducted off safe suburban streets and held in captivity, some for more than two years. The FBI thought the boys were safe and so did their parents. After all, arrest warrants were served and members of the human trafficking ring were arrested. That is, except for three dangerous men with absolutely nothing to lose.
These three men arrange for a handsome reward if fourteen year old Brett, one of the boys who had been held captive, is killed. Brett has no idea that he, his younger brother, and his friend, another former captive, are targets. But more than anyone else, these three men vow revenge on George, whom they blame for forcing them to run and go into hiding. What was to be a fun-filled vacation with his newly adopted family, turns into a nightmare and ends where it started, back on the Navajo Indian Reservation high up on a mesa held sacred by George and his grandfather.
Outnumbered and out gunned, George is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice, but can he protect his father and his brothers from these dangerous men before that happens? Can he save them without knowing who these men are or where they might be? Or when they might attack? Can George trust his friends whom he reaches out to for help? Is he prepared for betrayal that leads to his heartbreak and possible death?
“Great Conclusion to the Trilogy”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Babycj
Wow, what an emotional roller coaster ride. All the boys, parents, law enforcement, bad guys. Sometimes I had to stop and remember who was who, where, what. It was impossible to read these books and not become emotionally connected to the boys. I cried with them, laughed with them, felt their fear and their pain. Their childhood and innocence is taken from them in the most heinous way, but they form a bond between them that is amazing. As a Mom and a Grandmother, it is heartbreaking to know this evil lives, and I hug my grown son, and grandsons just a little longer, a little tighter. Thank you Joseph Lewis for “The Lives Trilogy”. Sometimes difficult to read, impossible to put down. The trilogy is definitely Five Stars plus!!!
About the Author
Thriller fiction. Taking Lives, Stolen Lives, Shattered Lives, Splintered Lives available on Amazon. I write a blog athttp://jrlewis.blogspot.com