This case is her last chance to prove herself as a social worker. Then the boy goes missing.
Determined to find him for professional as well as personal reasons, Maggie O’Grady enlists the help of Kel Halloway a man who has special skills and many connections.
Their quest leads them from the halls of juvenile court to the upper echelons of Philadelphia government and they uncover a secret no one wants to talk about.
Kel has been thinking this was a case of a runaway boy, but now he knows that there is a more sinister edge and he must help Maggie find the boy before he is gone forever.
Barbara James: "Another winner."
This was a more difficult book to read in that it touched on a very difficult subject, foster children. I think it was handled with incredible sensitivity, and I actually shed a few tears thinking about Billy and the other kids. I liked that Kel has his flaws, and loved Maggie's spirit, and her attitude of helping others. I'd say this has been my favorite of the series, I like that there was more emphasis on the fight of good versus evil in a topical and timely setting. Definitely been my favorite of the series and I look forward to the next story.
Irene Talbert: "Love this series..."
This is the second book in the Gargoyles in Uniform series. It's a fast-paced and standalone book that will keep you engaged from start to finish. There's action, adventure, drama, danger, suspense, twist/turns, enemies, survival, intrigue, mystery/secrets, surprises, family, friends, conflict, resolution, confusion, confidence, strength, courage, fear, anger, stubbornness, struggles, happiness, caring, determination, romance, passion/lust and love.
This story involves foster children who are disappearing. A social working asks the H for help in finding a certain missing foster child. Will he be able to help?
Read to find out what happens. Can't wait to read the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed this book and this review is my own opinion.