Keeping Watch

Keeping Watch

eBook - 2003
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Allen Carmichael came back from Vietnam a lifetime ago -- but only now was he ready to return home. For years, he's lived on the fringes of the law, using a soldier's skills to keep watch over those too young to defend themselves. Some consider him nothing but a kidnapper for hire -- the best in the business; others call him a hero. His specialty has been rescuing children from abusive parents and escorting them to loving homes. But after twenty-five years, he is ready to take on his final case -- a case that could destroy him. The boy's name is Jamie: He believes his father is going to kill him. Allen is convinced that the twelve-year-old is right and devises a strategy to save him. His last job done, Allen heads back to Folly Island, where he plans to settle into a quiet life. But not long after his return, a small plane piloted by the boy's father crashes, leaving behind debris -- but no body. Now it is up to Allen to resolve whether Jamie's father is dead or alive -- and to make sure Jamie himself stays out of harm's way. But a series of ominous events leads Allen to question whether Jamie's father is really the enemy after all. Or if the real threat is far more unspeakable ... and the killer unimaginable.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2003
ISBN: 9780553897265
0553897268
Characteristics: 1 online resource (383 pages)

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Nov 19, 2017

did not like this book, stopped reading after first chapter in vietnam. i do not care to read about the horrors experienced by these men during that horrendous war.

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