A Cry of Absence: The True Story of a Father's Search for His Kidnapped Children
The poignant story of Tom Osborne's search for his children, kidnapped by his ex-wife after a painful divorce, recounts the author's lonely and unusual efforts taken to recover them after normal channels failed
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