The Toybreaker by Roy Chester. Published by Joffe

Children are disappearing right out of their beds in the town of Garton. The kidnapper, dubbed the Toybreaker by the press, leaves a creepy homemade puppet on the child’s pillow. DS David Mallory knows he’s put of his league and calls in criminal profiler Hannah Nightingale to try to get a picture of their predator. But what does it mean when the Toybreaker changes his Mo and starts leaving a lock of hair at the abduction site? The police are under enormous pressure and when their prime suspect escapes, the team has to work quickly before another child disappears. any time I read a story about missing children, my heart rate doubles. This is a creepy thriller in the first of a new series

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