Fly Away Home

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Random House Publishing Group, 1997 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Everyone on Rand's Island said Eva Haskel was crazy; ever since the well-publicized, unsolved kidnapping of her baby, she has been a tragic figure on the small island off the Connecticut coast, wildly mourning the child who mysteriously vanished six long years ago. But soon a shocking twist of fate - and a very determined young woman - will come into Eva's dark world, to bring her son home at last... Bethany Logan is a spirited teacher at Hinsdale, a private boys' school in a small New Hampshire town. Single, unsettled, and best friends with her protective dog, Aunt Sadie, she has a unique gift for teaching children with learning disabilities. She understands their special needs and makes even the toughest challenges fun. In return, her students adore her. Except for Pip Stafford, a moody troublemaker and son of the school's headmaster, handsome but chilly Adam Stafford. Determined to solve Pip's behavior problems, Bethany confronts the boy's father - only to be given a quick brush-off and a frightening glimpse of Stafford's temper. Going even farther out on a limb, she makes a late-night raid into the school's administrative files, but they reveal nothing. Bethany is ready to give up her quest to find a way to reach the boy when a chance detail in an old poorly focused photo leads her to unearth his true identity.

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Bethany Logan teaches students with learning problems at a private school in New Hampshire. When she can't find records for the principal's eight-year-old son, she convinces herself that he is the ... Read full review

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With more than three million copies of her books in print, Judith Kelman is a master of psychological suspense. She lives in New York City.

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