Simon Wood
Saving Grace

Saving Grace

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Fleetwood & Sheils Thriller #2

His only chance to save a young girl’s life is to put his trust in a headline-hunting kidnapper.

Former reporter Scott Fleetwood and his family are still recovering from the aftermath of tangling with the notorious kidnapper, the Piper, when another kidnapper grips the city. The Shepherd announces to the San Francisco Independent that he has snatched a young girl from a vacationing family. Other than money, he has only one other demand—he’ll only talk to Scott. The request brings in Special Agent Tom Sheils and his team to work the case and watch over Scott. The Shepherd promises the girl’s safety as long as Scott follows the rules of his game. Forced to trail the kidnapper’s twisting lead—and haunted by a previous victim he failed to save—Scott is desperate to keep the past from making a brutal comeback.

But just when Scott and Sheils think they’re winning and that it will all be over soon, the Shepherd ups the stakes. Scott begins to realize he’s a pawn in a scheme that runs deeper than greed…and colder than death.

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Saving Grace 5.0

“Nail-biting suspense in a high stakes thriller. Simon Wood's gift is a dizzying pace packed with twists and turns to the very last enjoyable word.”

—Robert Dugoni, New York Times, #1 Wall Street Journal & #1 Amazon Bestselling Author of MY SISTER'S GRAVE

Saving Grace 5.0

“Suspenseful and absorbing. Saving Grace pulls you in and keeps you guessing—and holding your breath. I couldn’t put it down.”

—Meg Gardiner, New York Times bestselling author of UNSUB

Saving Grace 5.0

"Simon Wood grabs you by the throat on page one and takes you on a wild thrill ride. A nail-biter from start to finish!"

—D.M. Pulley, author of THE UNCLAIMED VICTIM

Saving Grace 5.0

"Simon Wood has once again given his readers a gripping novel."

—The Midwest Book Review