Tuesday, July 11, 2006

"Red Leaves" by Thomas H. Cook

Eric Moore is a happy man. He has a prosperous business
in a quaint little town, a comfortable home, loving wife
and a well adjusted teenaged son.

On an ordinary night, his teenage son is asked to babysit
Amy Giordano, the eight-year-old daughter of a neighbor.
The next morning Eric receives a telephone call that will
change his life forever.

Eric's son Keith is the last person seen with Amy. As time passes
and the police investigation focuses on Keith, Eric must counsel
his son, find him a lawyer, and protect him form the town's suspicion.
But Eric is not so sure of his son's innocence

The story takes the reader in a few different directions and keeps
the reader turning the pages until the conclusion.

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