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Heaven My HomeThe thrilling follow up to the award winning Bluebird Bluebird Texas Ranger Darren Matthews is on the hunt for a boy who's gone missing but it's the boy's family of white supremacists who are his real target year old Levi King knew he should have Heaven My Epubleft for home sooner now he's alone in the darkness of vast Caddo Lake in a boat whose motor just died A sudden noise distracts him and all goes darkDarren Matthews is trying to emerge from another kind of darkness after the events of his previous inv. Heaven My Home by Attica Locke is a 2019 Mulholland publication A powerful and deeply effective crime drama I have been dying to get my hands on this book since reading ‘Bluebird Bluebird’ As this second installment opens we find Darren Matthews working hard to make his marriage work and stabilize his career But then he is hand picked to locate a young boy who has disappeared on Caddo Lake However this is not the usual Amber Alert situation Young Levi King is the son of a white supremacist and Matthew’s real target is Levi’s family Meanwhile the explosive knowledge his mother has on Darren could derail everything he’s precariously pieced back together As the pressure increases the case takes a stunning turn linking back to Darren’s previous case In a tense race against time Darren’s salvation depends on the rescue and return of Levi King I can’t put into words how impressive this series is The atmosphere is heavy and thick and the suspense is nearly unbearable At its core this series is a procedural with a mystery to solve but the complexities of the novel and the characters are so deep and conflicted it seems this series defies the ordinary and mundane label is categorized under There is so much diversity layers of history especially in the depiction of the Hasinai Caddo Indians and the incredible landscape to compliment the drama There are several deep topics to explore and ponder on but one that truly stuck out for me was the timely subject of forgiveness and the all too realistic depiction of the political climate in this country showcasing the troubling results it has wrought Locke’s prose and intricate plotting and pitch perfect pacing rich characterizations and cultural observations will make this series appealing to a much broader audience luring in those who don’t typically read crime fiction Overall I think I might have liked this second installment a little better than the first and that’s really saying something I can’t wait to see the direction Darren Matthews will follow and what paths Attica Locke and Highway 59 will take us down in the future

Summary Heaven My Home

Summary ß Heaven My Home 102 ↠ ❴Download❵ ➾ Heaven My Home Author Attica Locke – The thrilling follow up to the award winning Bluebird Bluebird Texas Ranger Darren Matthews is on the hunt for a boy who's gone missing but it's the boy's family of white supremacists who are his real The thrilling foL Levi's disappearance has links to Darren's last case and to a wealthy businesswoman the boy's grandmother who seems concerned about the fate of her business than that of her grandson Darren has to battle centuries old suspicions and prejudices as well as threats that have been reignited in the current political climate as he races to find the boy and to save himselfAttica Locke proves that the acclaim and awards for Bluebird Bluebird were justly deserved in this thrilling new novel about crimes old and ne. Find all of my reviews at Since I’m currently reading my second continuation of a series for 2019 despite my never ending commentary that I figured it was well past time to finally write something up about this Still 40 reviews behind though so go me As soon as I heard there was going to be a seuel to Bluebird Bluebird I wanted it I will say that this is not a selection that works well as a standalone so if you are like me and kind of allergic to staying with the same folks for too long this might not be a winner for you I will also admit that due to there being so much continuation of the first book’s storyline into the second the rating took a hit for me too I don’t have a great memory I read A LOT of books and I don’t re read That doesn’t always make for a winning recipe when it comes to books two three and so on which is why I avoid them like the black plague So why the exception here Well mainly because Attica Locke is simply one of the best when it comes to putting you in a place She is from the locale she writes about and you can tell She knows where the bend is in the river and she knows who is going to live down yonder on any such spot of land – even if they are fictional Her words aren’t wasted They get you where she wants to take you and they do it efficiently And the stories Well I knew nothing going in to this aside from it was going to be about a missing child and My mind immediately assumed the child was black since I couldn’t figure out why Texas Ranger Darren Matthews would be sent down Highway 59 to deal with the Aryan Brotherhood But then I discovered the child was white and Darren was sent to deal with the older residents of town who were black and that there was a whooooooooooooooooole lotta stuff going on back in the sticks The best compliment I can give to Attica Locke is that she reminds me a bit of Dennis Lehane She writes a good mystery she fills it with memorable characters she’s not unwilling to get dark no one is a saint and most of all she takes you there ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you NetGalley

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Estigation his marriage is in a precarious state of re building and his career and reputation lie in the hands of his mother who's never exactly had his best interests at heart Now she holds the key to his freedom and she's not above a little maternal blackmail to press her advantage An unlikely possibility of rescue arrives in the form of a case down Highway in a small lakeside town where the local economy thrives on nostalgia for ante bellum Texas and some of the era's racial attitudes still thrive as wel. East Texas racial tension amidst the furor of white supremacy A place Darren gladly left in Lockes last book though he left many secrets there secrets that could cost him everything Now he is being sent back a nine year old boy is missing and though that is not supposed to be his prime concern he gets tangled up in his disappearance anyway The reason he was sent there is to get evidence and information on the white supremacists Here he will meet the usual suspects some good many with their own agendasIn the story itself Darren compared this case to the Russian nesting dollss and that is a great description for the book itself Uncover one motive one layer and another appears There are secrets and dangers lurking everywhere Darren himself is a flawed character and he honestly enlightens the reader about his own secrets mistakes in both his personal and professional life There are many and sometimes what one believes is not the whole truth Into this vipers next of white supremacy he finds the usual hate but also much Somehow he must make his way through and find a lost boy and some answers as to where his life is headingSince some areas were dropped nor fully explained I expect their will be another in series coming down the line Well written and atmospheric some hates never die but sometimes fairness prevailsCant have all the hate talk out there and it not end up in violence some kind of way You talk it enough and it carves out a path of permission in your heart starts to make crazy shit okayARC from Netgalley