A cryptic, mind-boggling mystery awaits readers as this saga unfolds a bitter sweet expression of Revenge
The best description of the story is its believable—characters, actions, and locations. The story starts fast and quickly explodes into multiple stories as the kidnapper maintains his captives, the FBI conducts their task force investigations, and the lives of the husbands and wives are exposed. As the stories progress, action escalates and leaves the reader little time to catch a breathe. The twists are stimulating and the conclusion is unforeseen and rewarding because revenge has no statute of limitations.
The affluent estate community of Evergreen, Colorado, a suburb of Denver, is stunned to discover four women have been kidnapped. The Evergreen Police chief and the Sheriff of Boulder County willingly gave the case to the Denver FBI office. Three months passes with no ransom requests, no bodies, nor any specific suspect, the FBI team theorizes the women are no longer alive based on history of other cases.
The four women are friends and neighbors: one in her early forties and a mother of two preteen girls; one married to a doctor and a successful business woman; one a princess, unhappily married, and a social butterfly, the fourth woman is the matriarch, a closet alcoholic, married to a successful attorney who plans to be the next US Senator for Colorado. Months into their abduction with no beauty salons, nail salons, withdrawal from children, and alcohol, the women’s true personalities begin to blossom.
The twenty-eight-year-old kidnapper questions who will be changed the most, him or his captives. He has promised to release them in seven months, allowing them to return to their lives with new perspectives and tell the FBI what happened. But will he keep his word? Moreover, what could be the driving reason behind the women’s kidnapping?
Revenge is evident, but by whom and for what reason?