The Kidnapping of Cody Moss is another engaging novel by author Sara Foust. The suspense and tension she packs into this story kept me up reading late into the night.
As Police Officer Annalise Baker races against time to find a young teen who has been kidnapped, the emotional stakes rise for her and the victim’s mother. The challenge she is facing professionally and the personal turmoil she is hurled into by her unappreciative husband adds dimension to her character and tests her faith.
Her best friend, Zach Leebow, plays an important role in helping Annalise navigate the difficult trail of evidence she must follow when a case he is working on proves to be tied with the missing teen. These two characters come together as long-time friends and professionals.
Sara Foust’s vivid descriptions of the crime scenes, the ensuing investigations, and the surrounding terrain where searches for clues take place paralleled watching a favorite crime show on television. Her dialogue gives readers insight into the professional and personal relationship between these two main characters.
The plot works well as it connects two crimes and skillfully links them together. I would recommend this book to any reader who enjoys suspense with non-stop action and great characterization.
The Kidnapping of Cody Moss is the first in Sara Foust’s Smoky Mountain Suspense Series.I look forward to reading the next book in this series.
I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this novel and am voluntarily sharing my honest opinion of this book.
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