Father and Son

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G.K. Hall, Aug 1, 1990 - Fiction - 415 pages
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Drawn by the anger and loyalties learned at a grandfather's knee, second generation Irish-American Jamie McGuire has vanished into a world of explosive secrets and brutal betrayals. Now Jamie's father, Michael -- an advertising executive with no allegiance to any cause -- must rescue his lost son from a violent place where revolution is the faith and freedom means death. But it may already be too late, for Jamie has been chosen to play two indispensable roles in a bloody, long-running international drama: scapegoat...and martyr.

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About the author (1990)

Peter Maas attended Duke University and served in the U. S. Navy during the Korean War. After the war, Maas became a journalist and wrote for such magazines as Look, Saturday Evening Post, and New York Magazine. Maas's nonfiction works include "The Valachi Papers," "Serpico," and "Underboss," all of which include behind the scene stories of the inner workings of the Mafia. He died on August 23, 2001.

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