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Red Leaves.

Red Leaves

Thomas H. Cook

Harcourt Books

15 E. 26th Street, 15th fl., NY, NY 10010

www.harcourtbooks.com

0151012504 $23.00 1-800-543-1918

Eric Moore has a good life with a prosperous business and stable family--until a neighbor's child goes missing when his teen son baby-sits her. Eric maintains his son's innocence--even as police are convinced otherwise--and he finds his own doubts surfacing as time goes on and he's forced to face some dangerous doubts not only about his son Keith, but about Keith's potential danger to others. Red Leaves is a gripping, thought-provoking story of a parent caught in the middle.
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Date:Dec 1, 2005
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