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Moody Publishers, Jan 1, 2006 - Fiction - 298 pages
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The author of Gun Lake and The Second Thief is back with a riveting tale of how buried mistakes can resurface at any time. Adventure Company entrepreneur Jake Rivers gets a call from the parents of a woman who has disappeared and was last seen with Alec, Jake's best friend from college. The girl's parents believe she is hiding out with Alec, but Jake hasn't heard from him ináten years. Jake's moved on from his college days, but the memories of what he's tried to forget--a friend's suicide, an enemy's mysterious disappearance--keep resurfacing. Someone wants to keep him from discovering what really happened.

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User Review  - debwilson -

Jake Rivers thought the past was exactly that - in the past. As a business owner of an adventure company with many successful mountain climbs behind him, he's rather not think of the days of his youth ... Read full review

User Review  - David Wilson -

I didn't appreciate the constant discussion of sex, drugs, pot, etc. in this book. I would rather not see this book on a Christian bookstore site. Not only did I find it inappropriate, but it was also very slow-moving and dull. I really had to fight my way through this one. Read full review

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TRAVIS THRASHER is a graduate of Trinity Christian College and is the author of several novels, including Blinded, Admission, Gun Lake, and The Second Thief. Admission was selected as one of Booklist┐s top ten Christian novels of 2006. Travis spent much of his youth living with his family in Australia, Germany, New York, Florida, and North Carolina. He currently lives with his wife and family in suburban Chicago.

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