When the FBI can’t help, an unassuming banker takes matters into his own hands to bring his son home
Wade, a respected banker in La Jolla, CA, and his estranged wife, Fiona, make the unbearable decision to send their teenage son, Myles, away to an expensive treatment center after a streak of harmful behavior. After a year of treatment, Myles comes home, seemingly rehabilitated. But soon, he sneaks off to Tijuana to buy drugs—and is kidnapped.
When the ransom call comes, Fiona is frantic and accepts help from Andre, the Quebecois whose charity Fiona runs. Wade is wary of Andre’s reputation and the bank he owns, but seeing no other way to secure a kidnap negotiator or the ransom, he swallows his doubts to get his son home.
In order to get the ransom money, Wade makes a deal with Andre—he’ll work for Andre’s bank in exchange for the cash. But as Wade races to rescue Myles before his kidnappers lose their patience, he realizes he’s wrapped up in more crime than just a kidnapping—he’s now indebted to a cartel.
Perfect for fans of Harlan Coben and Lisa Scottoline
"Murderabilia [is] a story that will lay a cold finger of dread on the back of your neck. Vonderau is a terrific writer who has written a terrific book." —Karin Slaughter, New York Times best-selling author
"An explosive premise, intermittent chills, and a clever solution." —Kirkus Reviews
"How far would you go to save your child from harm? Wade Bosworth is about to learn that what’s being asked of him is too far. Take a breath and hang on." —Steve Berry, New York Times best-selling author
"Saving Myles is chilling, immersive, and utterly heartbreaking. This propulsive international thriller about sacrifice and family loyalty—with compelling characters forced to make impossible choices amid intense danger and breathtaking duress—will have you racing to the gasp-worthy ending." —Hank Phillippi Ryan, USA Today best-selling author