All the Time in the World

My taste in reading material is wide and varied: SF/fantasy/"speculative fiction", mysteries (police procedurals, mostly), history, fanfic, straight fiction, smutty vampire books, biographies, poetry, cereal boxes, assembly instructions, the fine print, and your mind.

The Shadow Catchers

The Shadow Catchers - Thomas Lakeman Special Agent Mike Yeager is on a sort of self-imposed leave of absence from his career, in the wake of the investigation into a child abduction case that went badly wrong. Prompted by some internal compass to intervene on behalf of a boy he thinks is being abused, he finds himself caught up in another case with a missing child: one in which everyone seems to know more than they're telling, and which appears to be rooted in events going back more than 30 years.

I don't like the 20+ year trend of making serial killer-related "entertainment", and I dislike even more using child abuse to frame it. But I'm still going to recommend this one, nonetheless.