Jack Ruskin, a well-respected New York lawyer, is also living every parent's nightmare
after his teenage daughter becomes the victim of a sexual predator. As Jack tends to her, his sorrow and pain gradually grow into hot-blooded rage and he decides to take matters into his own angry hands. This is a novel where the "good" guy is the criminal and the "bad" guy is the victim, and you have to decide whether retribution or justice is deserved.
This book could have been so much better. The characters were flat and overdone, the story not as suspenseful as it could have been and, what should have come across as an overwhelming moral dilemma, just didn’t come through. It wasn’t horrible, but it certainly wasn’t great.