A few years ago, I wrote a review about Lisa R. Cohen's masterful book, After Etan, the story of Etan Patz's disappearance and the heroic efforts to bring justice to this sad case. I wrote that, "One of the most remarkable portrayals of After Etan is that of the heroically devoted federal prosecutor, Stuart GraBois. By the time Grabois was involved in the Patz case, Cohen points out that, "Etan had been missing almost as long as he'd been living safely at home." What is extraordinary about Stuart Grabois is that he never stopped seeking answers. Cohen shows Grabois searching for justice across states, across countries, and across decades."