"A journalist gets in way over his head to save his wife"
Reviewed by Shellie Surles
Posted September 1, 2014
Charlie and his wife Julie were working in Uzbekistan,
Charlie as a journalist and Julie trying to help the
and reform the government. During an uprising in the
Charlie is shot and Julie almost loses their baby giving
birth during the upheaval.
Feeling as if they have no
choice they head to Julie's London home and then decide to
start new lives in America. After years of living in Las
Angeles and enjoying life as parents and feeling safe from
the danger and excitement of their former lives Julie is
kidnapped and taken back to Uzbekistan. Charlie is accused
of her death and knowing she is still alive and needing
him, Charlie leaves the country to rescue her. What
next is excitement and intrigue at the highest level.
OUT OF RANGE has everything you need in a thriller. There
is excitement, intrigue and a normal guy fighting for what
matters most in this world, his family.
As you read the
story it isn't hard at all to feel yourself being pulled
into the story and rapidly trying to get to the next stage
of the story. The ending didn't disappointed and you will
like where they characters are taken as they grow and
from what life throws at them. Hank Steinberg has
a great thriller with OUT OF RANGE.
Masterfully combining the domestic suspense of Harlan
with the international intrigue of Robert Ludlum, Hank
Steinberg ó the acclaimed creator, writer, and producer of
the award-winning hit television series Without a Trace ó
crafts a taut, electrifying thriller.
Six years ago, journalist Charlie Davis nearly lost his
life on assignment in Eastern Europe with his wife, Julie.
Today, in his safe suburban life in Los Angeles, that
feels like a lifetime ago. Then, on a trip home from
Disneyland with the kids, Julie suddenly vanishes. Now
Charlie fears something horrific has happened to her.
disappeared and she's not coming back. And he becomes
convinced that there are things she has kept from him.
Charlie knows the terror isn't over. This is just the
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