AWARDS FOR CHASING INNOCENCE
Thriller Fiction Finalist - Kindle Book Review's Best Indie Books 2012
Thriller Fiction Finalist - Indie Excellence Awards 2012
New Fiction Finalist - Indie Excellence Awards 2012
“Would fit in just fine in any major publisher’s catalog. The story plunges right in with a terrific opening, which is essential for this sort of thriller … well written with vivid description and an emotional POV that feels human and relatable” –Writer’s Digest
“Wonderfully written with an emotional impact that will leave you breathless.” –Confessions of a Reader
“This book is a stunning debut by John Potter. It is one of the few books that has left me desperate to know what happens to the character and one that has made me think how I would react in such a situation.” –Sarah Burns, The Kindle Book Review
“I was plunged into stunningly good storytelling with marvelously realistic characters: flawed, courageous, frightened, daring, full of misgivings and self-doubt.” –LovesToReadBooks
ABOUT CHASING INNOCENCE
‘That poor little body, passed from pillar to post, all those things that will be asked of her. All those tears and years wondering why her father betrayed her.’
Sarah Sawacki’s past has made her a survivor. At the age of 28 her life is the best it has ever been. When she sees ten-year-old Andrea being kidnapped, her every instinct is to turn away. Sarah can only follow, journeying beyond reason for an innocence she little knew.
Andrea’s father is ex-forces and struggling in a civilian world he cares nothing for. Only now his daughter is missing, has he realised how precious she is. Teamed with Sarah's husband, they use the trail left by Sarah to hunt for Andrea.
Legendary detective Francis Boer is dying. He will call upon all his intuition and experience as he works to discover why Andrea was targeted in the first place. His hope is not to catch the guilty, but to save one last innocent.