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Runaway Father

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The riveting true story of a woman and her Marine husband who left abruptly when she announced she was pregnant with their third child. For seventeen years Pat searched for David, while raising three strong-minded women and putting herself through school.
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Published March 1st 1990 by Berkley (first published 1988)
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Joanna Bastian
I couldn't decide how I felt about the family - it was an emotional story, with characters constantly at emotional extremes.
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Richard Rashke is the author of nonfiction books including The Killing of Karen Silkwood (2000) and the forthcoming Useful Enemies. His books have been translated into eleven languages and have been adapted for screen and television. Rashke is also a produced screenwriter and playwright; his work has appeared on network television and in New York.
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