All That Remains by Hannah Holborn

All That Remains

By Hannah Holborn

  • Release Date: 2016-06-06
  • Genre: Police Procedural
Score: 4.5
From 39 Ratings
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A broken cop. A fragile child. Will they save each other?

Harvey's training at The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children prepared him for the most important case of his career to date, the abduction of eight-year-old Gabriel Wheeler. Nothing, however, could prepare him for the boy’s blame-shifting mother from hell who shoots up instead of alerting police when the boy goes missing. Nor is Harvey equipped to deal with the heartbreak when his girlfriend leaves him on the same night, taking Effie, the non-biological young daughter Harvey adores.
The case goes cold when Harvey fails to interview Effie’s best friend, the only witness able to identify the perpetrator’s car. As police resources are wasted on dead ends and wrong suspects, Gabriel receives unlikely help to escape from Willard Crawley, a simple-minded abductor seeking a replacement for the infant brother he accidentally suffocated years before.

Book 1 in the Missing & Exploited Suspense Series, ALL THAT REMAINS explores childhood resiliency in a dangerous adult world.


  • All that remains

    By GramaGlo
    This was a well written book, you can empathize with Gabriel if you have ever been afraid, Willard not so much, in the beginning I felt sorry for him, but I believe he still knew right From wrong. Good book
  • All That Remains

    By Linjobri
    Insightful book with twists. I can't remember all of the questions, but as a severely abused infant and child, I can say unequivocally Gabriel's abuse will effect him all of his life. It changes our souls; our psyche is damaged. If we are blessed, we become sensitive, understanding, compassionate and relatively unjudgemental people. Learning to understand our feelings and get past the pain is possible, usually requiring years of therapy. We can bring our light to others. While I do feel for the abuse Willard was subjected to in his life, and strongly believe those who hurt have either been hurt themselves or their brains are mis-wired, we are all, each of us, responsible for our own behaviour. Thank you for a great read! Lin
  • Held my interest until the end

    By Curvykarma
    A gripping story that had me rooting for the boy and the detective. I wanted the mother to be punished. The grammar had me gritting my teeth. Every time an 's was used I expected something belonging to that person to follow. For example : Gabriel's dog, instead of Gabriel's tired( Gabriel IS tired).