I am always on the lookout for a good book, and I will read from all genres, but I am a big fan of mysteries. This book is a mystery and espionage thriller, so it certainly fit the bill, genre wise.
In Tracks by Niv Kaplan, we are introduced to Sam, a man that has just had his entire world ripped away from under his feet, when his son goes missing. It is through that tragedy, that Sam finds his light in the dark, helping other find their children.
Sam starts a Center for Missing Children, and together with his team, they travel the world reuniting children with the families that they were torn away from.
However, it isn't long before Sam and his colleagues stumble into a world of terrorism, child slavery, and a plan to use children to bring terror to the world.
From the very start, I was drawn into this book, but be warned, it does start out sexual in nature. However, it quickly turns into an intense, edge of your seat story. The twist and turns in the plot will make you want to keep reading straight through to the end.
I will say that, Sam's story, as it pertains to the kidnapping of his son, starting the Center for Missing Children, and making it his life's mission to find missing children, reminds me of John Walsh (Americas Most Wanted). It is very easy to get drawn into this story, as most people would likely go to the ends of the earth to find their child.