Call Me Mommy

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Diakonia Pub, Feb 28, 2005 - Fiction - 284 pages
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One day, one moment, one event alters the lives of three people forever. Laura Ramsey spends a lifetime struggling to protect and gain acceptance of her child as the scourge of evil, crime, and drugs present insurmountable roadblocks. Lloyd Ramsey, a rich and powerful lawyer whose selfish actions wreak havoc with the future for one woman and her son. Bowen Ramsey, a child born of parents from two different worlds, torn between right and wrong, would have few choices as he's guided down a wayward path. Set in southeast Florida and inspired by true events, "Call Me Mommy" is an emotionally charged suspense saga about family dysfunction, corruption, murder, romance, tragedy, and the unconditional love of one woman that will rip the reader's heartstrings. In "Call Me Mommy", author Marshall Frank deviates from his usual police/thriller genre to pure suspense built around compelling characters who will surely evoke emotions of love, sorrow, fear, and anger from any feeling person.

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Marshall Frank is a retired captain from the Miami-Dade Police Department where he spent the majority of his thirty years investigating homicides and other major crimes. Since retirement, Frank has authored over two hundred published essays and short-stories, some of which are chronicled in his recent non-fiction release "Frankly Speaking". "Call Me Mommy" is his fourth novel.

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