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M.I.A. by Michael Allen Dymmoch
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Sep 30, 09


Wow! I just noticed I haven't book blogged in 7 days--bad librarian! But I have a good one to talk about, so hopefully you'll forgive me. MIA is an adult suspense drama. Rhiann Fahey has just lost her second husband, a state cop. While mourning, a wonderful, beautiful, caring man moves next door and befriends her 17-year-old son. The son is what makes this a good novel for teenagers. Jimmy is getting into trouble because of his dad. He's drinking, cutting school, and getting into random mischief because he misses his dad. But Mickey Fahey isn't his real dad. So John Devlin, the neighbor, helps. He gives Jimmy a job fixing cars. And he starts courting Rhiann, even though she isn't ready yet. But something seems familiar about John Devlin. He has secrets and they start coming out. The local police follow him. And Rhiann keeps experiencing deja vu. What's going on?
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