Lost Boys
by Kellerman, Faye






Detectives Peter Decker and Tyler McAdams link two suspicious disappearances from an assisted living facility to the case of three missing campers, before the reappearance of a foster son's biological mother upends Decker's home life. 100,000 first printing.





An exhaustive search is launched by Detective Pete Decker of the Greenbury, NY, PD when Bertram Lanz, a man with cognitive disabilities, goes missing on a field trip from his care facility. While no sign of Lanz is found, the search uncovers a buried body discovered to be that of a male college student who disappeared on a camping trip 10 years earlier (along with two other students, also vanished). That cold case comes to the forefront as Decker and colleague Tyler McAdams seek to bring closure to three sets of parents. As Decker mulls over the two cases with his wife, Rina Lazarus, and with McAdams, a problem closer to home arises, when Decker's foster son, concert pianist Gabe Whitman, gets a plea for help from the biological mother he tries to avoid. This twenty-sixth entry in the Decker-Lazarus series will be embraced by fans for its emphasis on the lead characters and the relationship between them, as the couple's future takes a turn, and a cliff-hanger ending guarantees anticipation for their next outing. Copyright 2021 Booklist Reviews.






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