In Red Leaves, Edgar Award-winning author Thomas H. Cook pens a compelling tale of suspicion and its corrosive effects on a family. When a little girl is missing on the morning after his teenaged son baby-sits for her, Eric Moore watches his world crumble as suspicion falls on his son. Although Eric hires a lawyer to prepare his son's defense, a haunting thought slithers into his mind. What if he has been nurturing a monstrous fiend?
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by Thomas H. Cook
by C.J. Box
"Cook's psychological suspense about a kidnapped child is a study of the disintegration of the family whose son is the main suspect. Narrator David Chandler tells the story through the eyes of Eric Moore, whose 15-year-old son, Keith, was the last person to see Amy. His steady delivery offers no hints to the identity of the perpetrator. The realization that everything one hears is filtered through Eric Moore's perceptions leads one to understand that nothing is certain. Chandler's delivery is perfect; sometimes deliberately droll, he captures the personality of each of the main characters. Chandler makes Eric's disappointment in his son almost palpable, a living thing that bleeds through the entire captivating work. M.S. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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