To Protect the Innocent

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PublishAmerica, 2003 - Fiction - 328 pages
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Pedophilia has become Americaas dirty little secret. No one wants to talk about it and pedophiles are literally getting away with murder. The authorities canat catch them, the courts are too soft on them, and no one is doing anything about it. No one, that is, except Dan Forester. After his son is molested and murdered, Dan wages a one-man war on pedophilia, all the while playing cat and mouse with the FBI and his own conscience. It is an exhilarating story of one manas tragedy and triumph with more twists and turns than an L.A. freeway.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
5
CHAPTER 2
10
CHAPTER 3
17
CHAPTER 4
24
CHAPTER 5
33
CHAPTER 6
37
CHAPTER 7
50
CHAPTER 8
58
CHAPTER 28
180
CHAPTER 29
187
CHAPTER 30
195
CHAPTER 31
201
CHAPTER 32
209
CHAPTER 33
216
CHAPTER 34
221
CHAPTER 35
225

CHAPTER 9
64
CHAPTER 10
74
CHAPTER 11
81
CHAPTER 12
85
CHAPTER 13
90
CHAPTER 14
98
CHAPTER 18
114
CHAPTER 19
120
CHAPTER 20
123
CHAPTER 21
130
CHAPTER 22
135
CHAPTER 23
144
CHAPTER 24
150
CHAPTER 25
157
CHAPTER 26
163
CHAPTER 27
171
CHAPTER 36
232
CHAPTER3?
243
CHAPTER 38
251
CHAPTER 39
257
CHAPTER 40
262
CHAPTER 41
269
CHAPTER 42
275
CHAPTER 43
281
CHAPTER 44
287
CHAPTER 45
292
CHAPTER 46
299
CHAPTER 47
305
CHAPTER 48
309
CHAPTER 49
316
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