Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Age Recommended: 14 and up
I liked this book because it addressed some large problems in today’s society and managed to do it in a way that would educate people without boring them.
Jack Noble is back in the field with his partner Frank. One day, some operatives are following a man who they believe is smuggling drugs and weapons into the country, when they find out that he is actually hiding something much worse.
Jack and his team see red when they find out that the man is in fact trafficking children, and they vow to do whatever necessary to get these children back to where they belong.
However, Jack soon gets a call that says he has 37 hours left until all the children die, and that he must do whatever this person says in order to keep these kids alive. Jack must do everything asked of him, even if it jeopardizes his mission.
And the caller always seems to be one step ahead of him…
If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: A Deadly Distance (Jack Noble 2)