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The Dispatcher by Ryan David Jahn
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Mar 31, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: own, favorite, ya
Read in March, 2012

Talk about an adrenaline rush! I absolutely loved this book. From the moment Ian picked up the phone and heard his daughter’s voice on the other end, he was on a mission to find her. Two months earlier they had a memorial service (without a body) to put closure to the case of his missing daughter but it was more for Debbie his ex-wife who needed closure. His now, fifteen-year old daughter who had been missing for 8 years was alive and Ian was sure that this was no trick, Maggie was alive. How did she escape and did anyone see anything? Then enters Henry and Bea. Henry & Bea had not been planning on having children but when they had Sarah, they fell in love. A child was all Bea wanted and Henry wanted to please his wife. The manhunt is on and will Maggie see her father again?
There is some language in this book but under the circumstances, it is warranted. The drama and the intensity of some of the moments are top-notch and before you know it, the book has ended. Great book!
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