Review: Where’s My Son? by John C. Dalglish

Where’s My Son?
(Detective Jason Strong Novellas, #1)

Paperback: 156 pages
Genre: Suspense
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 18, 2012)
ISBN-13: 978-1470098728

Where's My Son?

Micheal Barton comes home to find his wife asleep and their son missing. Detective Jason Strong leads the investigation to find the missing infant. There are no clues and the police have no suspects. Strong befriends Michael as he checks in year after year with no progress in the case.

Michael’s wife passes away after a short battle with cancer and he promises her he will find their son. Jason starts to worry about Michael as he starts to escape into himself and a dark frightening frame of mind. Jason is in a fight against time to save not only Michael but anyone that steps into his path as he frantically searches to find his son.

Dollycas’s Thoughts 

How far would you go to save your child?

Dalglish takes us down a road of the unimaginable journey of Michael Barton’s life. He has lost his child and then his wife and he is full of anger. He stumbles upon a clue to the kidnapper and he just snaps. He has to get his son back, no matter the cost.

At 156 pages this is a fast read made even faster by the suspense and drama driven by this story. I was unable to put it down and read late into the night to the final word. The thunderstorm outside my window added another element to the story as if it wasn’t gripping enough.

This is the first Jason Strong novella and I am ready for the second, the third and more. A fabulous debut! Watch this author. I know there are some full length suspense novels in his future!

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3 thoughts on “Review: Where’s My Son? by John C. Dalglish

  1. This looks terrific. I love books with a strong elemen of psychological suspense, and I know I’d enjoy this one. Thanks for sharing this with us!

  2. This sounds like it might be a good read but I shy away from anything where a child might be harmed or missing – I find it far too emotional. Thanks for the review.

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