Angels Crest

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Wheeler Pub., 2004 - Fiction - 472 pages
3 Reviews
Being granted full custody of Nate, his young son and North Star, has given Ethan Denton a near-perfect life. Then one crisp winter morning, Ethan makes a brief, impulsive decision any parent might make - and, as a result, Nate goes missing. As an unexpected blizzard blankets the woods, Ethan searches for Nate with the help of townspeople touched by the crisis. Beautifully wrought, Angels Crest is a seamless blend of dramatic suspense and emotional truth.

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User Review  - bnbookgirl - LibraryThing

A heartbreaking story about the consequences of one wrong decision. We all make unwise decisions at some point in our life, but, in this case, the outcome is tragic. It is a slow moving story but I did enjoy it. I certainly could picture the wintery landscape and feel the Father's terror. Read full review

ANGELS CREST

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Feelings run riot as five parents reproach themselves for being bad mommies and daddies.Front and center is Ethan Denton, a young man in the small, unfashionable mountain town of Angels Crest ... Read full review

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Section 1
7
Section 2
11
Section 3
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