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AuthorHouse, Jan 10, 2006 - Fiction - 652 pages
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The crash of shattering glass portended much more for Anne and Tom Ryan than an angry mob’s attack on their home.  It signaled an end to the life they had built together.  Caught between an increasingly dictatorial government and media claims of insurrection by their son David who had disappeared many years before, the Ryans were thrust into perilous and overpowering events that forced them to reevaluate all of their preconceptions.  As they fought to regain control of their lives, they sought to discover what David was really doing and why.  It soon became apparent that those two goals were inextricably linked, and that the answers they were seeking brought not only threat, but the promise of opportunities they had never imagined.

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About the author (2006)

            Richard C. Deason graduated from UCLA with a double major in Economics and Political Science.  He served four years in the US Navy, then returned to UCLA to complete his MBA.   After working for several years in international banking, during which he traveled extensively in North and South America, Europe, and the Middle East, he took two years off to begin working on Pacifica.  Since then he has held a variety of positions in community banking, software development, accounting, and the credit card industry while he worked to complete his novel.  Mr. Deason has also written a play, several short stories, and some poetry.  He currently resides in the Los Angeles area.

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