The Abduction

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Sphere, 2007 - Grandparent and child - 504 pages
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When hotshot lawyer Elizabeth Brice turns up to collect her daughter Grace from football practice, the coach tells her she needn't have bothered, as Grace's uncle has already picked her up.
The only problem is - Grace has no uncles.

And so begins a furious race against time to save Grace from unknown kidnappers. Grace's internet geek father John leads the search, forced to unite with his terrifying wife and even more terrifying father Ben, a battle-hardened Vietnam veteran. Somehow they must find Grace before it is too late. But secrets from the past make the little girl's survival more uncertain with every passing minute...

A riveting, action-packed thriller, The Abduction will have you on the edge of your seat from the first page to the last.

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User Review  - PermaSwooned - LibraryThing

I really like this author. His books have really well-drawn characters and the stories just suck me in. This was the second book I read after The Color of Law and I enjoyed it as well. The Vietnam Era ... Read full review

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User Review  - Glenajo - LibraryThing

This great novel weaves a path from the Vietnam War to current day through the lives of the men who served there and their families. Gimenez creates wonderfully believable relationships between the ... Read full review


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Born and educated in Texas, Mark Gimenez atteneded law school at Notre Dame, Indiana and practised with a large Dallas law firm. He is married with two sons.

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