Someone to Save You by: Paul Pilkington

Someone to Save YouSomeone to Save You by Paul Pilkington
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

A compelling synopsis and plot – a 15 year old murder, 2 suicides, a kidnapping…so what’s missing? Believability. I am always amazed on the ideals that authors can come up with when writing a story among so many. But I am in my zone when an author can make you part of the story. A great plot centered around a Sam Becker, a compassionate surgeon who lost his sister to murder. His best friend is convicted of this horrendous crime. Sam has lost not only his sister but a good friend. Fifteen years later, he is married, a heart surgeon, and admired among his peers. However, while driving a young girls runs in front of his car to stop him to help her mother who has positioned her car on railroad tracks with her two children tied in the backseat. Unable to save the mother, he saves the children but it is then when the past of his sister’s murder begins to link death of others and Becker’s inability to save them, he must determine who is behind his apparent demise and who can he trust.

A Special Thank You to Thomas Mercer and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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