Night and Day: An Eve Duncan Novel
Danger is nothing new to Eve Duncan. In Iris Johansen’s third book in the series Night and Day, danger hits close to home. Eleven-year-old Cara Delaney has been captured by her biological mother, Natalie Castino. Even with the help of former Navy SEAL Joe Quinn and Eve’s other close associates who specialize in subterfuge, it will be no easy feat to rescue Cara. Natalie’s father is Sergai Kaskov, a major Russian mafia boss.
Cara’s eight-year absence from her mother has not instilled a sense of longing for a reunion. Can she be lured into believing her mother wants her back for the right reasons? Sergai connects with Cara through their mutual love of classical music. He presents her with a valuable violin which she plays for him, to his delight.
Eve must face threats to her most precious relationships, one of which is just being formed. MacDuff may be on the verge of locating Cira’s gold, which comes with its own history of love, sacrifice, and loss. The legend of Cira and her lost son adds a layer of urgency to the plans to save Cara. Never one to disappoint, Johansen has written another fast-paced, suspenseful story.
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|Page Count||352 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Press|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|