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The Abduction by Mark Gimenez
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Mar 04, 2011

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bookshelves: thriller, suspense

This is a real page-turner, though not for those that can't stand to read about a child in danger. The child is 10 year old Gracie Brice--a spunky soccer star who is taken from her soccer field after a game. Her father--an dot com billionaire--was chatting on his cell phone at the time. Her mother--a high powerd attorney--was late to the game but is quick to take charge once she arrives and finds out what happened. The FBI and local police investigate--but it is Gracie's grandfather, ex vietnam war verteran Ben Brice--who starts to figure out what is really going on.[return]The suspense in this was good, and some of the characterization but some was just too cartoonish, like the father who thought only in terms of megabytes and pixels. And by the end the plot is kind of far-fetched. But it is good for a thrill, just be aware that there is a kid in danger the whole time and a lot of other dark stuff that they uncover so it is not for the squemish.

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