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John Kurtze Review of “Bone Cold” by Debra Webb“Bone Cold” by Debra Webb has a story line that grabs readers and takes them on a trip through the lives of families whose children have been abducted The key protagonist Lt Sarah Cuddahy is the lead investigator and she hasn’t a clue as to the children’s whereabouts Sarah knows what questions to ask They are the same questions she answered during the investigation of the abduction of her own daughter Debra Webb introduces her readers to the horrors parents experience as they deal with the abduction of their children The pace of the plot increases with the turn of each page Webb shows us and helps us understand what motivates Lt Sarah Cuddahy as she proceeds in her search for the missing children.Readers see Webb developing the story’s mystery, suspense and intrigue Each new clue quickens the pace of the plot When Sarah’s boss asks her to work with her estranged husband she is reluctant as she sees in Tom’s eyes the truth to the loss of Sophia their daughter Tom is sure the case he is investigating will help find the missing children He needs Sarah’s help Sarah and Tom set out to follow a new direction for the investigation As the story progresses, we find key support characters both protagonists and antagonists and their back stories explain their role in Webb’s spell binding mystery “Bone Cold’s” intriguing plot changes direction several times Webb places readers on the shoulders of Sarah and Tom and they see the investigation through their eyes Their investigation involves secrets of scientific experiments, manipulation of people, murder, taking of hostages, rogue investigators, corrupt politics, power, control, and romance Webb helps her readers understand Sarah’s commitment to find the missing children and to uncover who is behind the kidnappings Webb is a master of taking her readers into uncharted waters on social issues and then delivers an unpredictable ending Everything comes to a surprising bone chilling conclusion “Bone Cold” is a must read and earn a 5 star ranking. It has been 5 years since Detective Sarah Cuddahy's daughter vanished into thin air, and she still blames herself for not being able to find her In the aftermath, she lost a whole lother husband, Special Agent Tom Cuddahy, who she ruthlessly pushed away.Sarah is now back on the job, but still taking meds for panic attacks which crop up almost on a daily basis She has to pull herself together because the job is all she has and there have been 6 child abductions in the last few weeks There are no clues, no ransom notes, and no bodies.When the FBI steps in, wouldn't you just know it's her almost ex who is slated to work her case Working together and trying to keep things on a nonpersonal level, they discover there are some connections among all these children.They all come from rich families, they were all born in the same hospital, and they all have a sibling that was killed approximately a year before they were born.I had an idea of what was coming but it was so muchthan what I had imagined The characters weren't perfect, but that's why I liked them The storyline was mostly believable Very good reading.I'm giving it 5 stars because I've always found Debra Webb's writing to be satisfying..and this one does not disappoint at all. Bone Cold will definitely chill you to the bone! Webb has outdone herself with this dark and chilling nightmarish tale Be forewarned that there’s somewhat of a “science fiction” feel to it – which only added to the sinister plot A parent’s worst nightmare comes true when children start disappearing without a trace Working as a member of the Task Force investigating the cases, DC Police Lt Sarah Cuddahy is all too familiar with exactly what these parents are experiencing because her daughter was taken five years ago and never found.Sarah’s soontobe ex husband shares the painful experience of losing his only child and the destructive aftermath to his marriage FBI Agent Tom Cuddahy sees similar patterns in the current missing children’s cases with an old case he worked on And as the cases crisscross, Sarah and Tom are thrown together in solving both This is a fastmoving, ultra suspensefilled crime package that you’ll be unable to stop reading until the last word Debra Webb is a master at holding readers’ emotions hostage with her skillfully drawn scenarios and the welldeveloped characters – both the good guys and the bad one, as well.My biggest complaint here is that readers are left wondering what happens once the case is solved and life is supposed to return to normal How do you just pick up and move on? What are the aftershocks of something so horrendous? Is there really a happilyeverafter for one and all? Will we revisit these characters at a later date? Bone Cold by Debra Webb is a story that gives you chills and is the nightmare every parent worries about; your child being taken Lieutenant Sarah Cuddahy is on the Task Force looking into the children who have been disappearing They believe Sarah is the best person to help since five years ago Sarah’s daughter Sophie went missing Sarah’s life hasn’t been the same The hurt and depression are still there She tries to control the panic attacks that have plagued her and not let anyone see her when she is experiencing one Sarah has never given up hope that Sophie will be found one day Carla Parson’s son Josh went missing a week apart from Sophie and she has never given up hope either Sarah’s husband, Tom, who is with the FBI, grieved as well, but accepted the loss of Sophie to be able to move forward With too much grief and the distance in their marriage, Tom left He couldn’t watch the pain and suffering as Sarah fell apart Now Tom has been called in on the case and he and Sarah have to work together to try and stop the abductions of prominent people’s children Thethey investigate thecomplicated the answers become They want to stop whoever it is behind this and return the children back home to their parents Who is taking the children and why? Where could they be taking them?Debra Webb writes books that are hard to put down as they pull you into the story and make you want to find out what happens next I started reading this book and did not put it down until the early hours of the morning It’s a great story! This book just keeps gettingintense It is a stand alone but follows Debra Webb's Bone Deep It's not necessary that you read Bone Deep first buy you are going to want to go back and read it after you finish this one, I promises you that! :)This book will grab you fast Missing children and the detective on the case has lost a child in the same way five years before She is still fighting those demons when she is dropped right in the middle of the investigation With the assistance of her estranged husband an FBI agent who knowsthen he is saying they work together to bring these children home! INTENSE! In Bone Cold, Webb crafts a story featuring a minor character from Bone Deep, FBI Agent Tom Cuddahy Horrified by what he witnessed in Paradise, and trying to move forward from the abduction of his daughter five years ago, Cuddahy throws himself into the search for the last missing brother In the meantime, his estranged wife Sarah, a Detective, is working a child abduction case The two seemingly unrelated cases are on a collision course bringing Tom and Sarah back together When Tom and Sarah begin working together they are farsuccessful than each on their own Together they are able to solve the mystery and bring the mastermind to justice.Webb brings her masterful use of suspense to this new novel Taking on issues as sensitive as child abduction and cloning, Webb treats both subjects with grace and understanding Her latest novel takes readers on quite a ride While it is nice to have read Bone Deep first, it is not necessary to fully enjoy this novel If you haven’t read any of Webb’s novels yet, this is a good place to start If you are a longtime fan you will not be disappointed. Debra Webb leaves you hanging by the seat of your pants again in her book Bone Cold You start out with kidnappings of 2 5 yr olds 5 years prior to the start of the story Now there arekidnappings happening and when all is said and done at the end of the book you can never have foreseen the finale I have to see I have not been disappointed in any of Debs books She just keeps me wanting . Tom and Sarah Cuddahys child was taken five years ago She has never been found Sarah blames herself and it has torn their marriage apart Sarah has dedicated herself to work as a police detective Her husband Tom is an FBI agent When children start disappearing Sarah is put on the case and Tom shows up with information he is only willing to partially share about what might be happening to the children This book grabbed me right from the beginning and held my interest until the very end!!! If you lost a child, how far would you go to get that child back?Detective Sarah Cuddahy lost her daughter five years ago Work is all she has left and right now she has six missing children on her case board She's hoping for a miracle She desperately needs a break in this case Having her estranged husband, FBI Agent Tom Cuddahy, show up and take the case in a whole new direction isn't the miracle she'd expected She isn't sure her heart can bear the agony of being near him much less working with him Each time she looks into his eyes all she can see is the truththey lost their little girl because Sarah made a mistakeSpecial Agent Tom Cuddahy was certain he'd seen the worst of the worst until he found himself drawn into the kind of case that true nightmares are made of Unless he can find the children, they will all die Can he convince the woman he still loves with all his heart to trust him again?Sarah is determined not to make a mistake this timeis time she will find those missing children even if it means sacrificing her own sanity and exposing herself to the one man who holds the power to shatter her already broken heart I enjoyed this book with all the twist and turn it had It is scary when one thinks something like this could be going on Then one would have to ask if it would be a good thing or a bad thing to be able to clone those we love to get them back if we loose them when they are young and will they really be exactly like the first person? That is what I walked away from this book thinking about Anyway, enough of my deep thoughts this book provoked This was another excellent book by Webb.