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Positive Force

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating details ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Officer Brandon James had been the head of Oakwood's gang commission for a relatively short time. In that time, however, he had made great strides against the five gangs in the city. The one thing that Officer James could not put his finger on was the tall red headed kid that had just appeared without warning. "The Red Headed Stranger" as they called him was part of the re ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published January 15th 2008 by Nightengale Media LLC Company
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Aug 28, 2008 rated it it was amazing
From the very first sentence to the very last one, this book had me glued to the pages. The characters came to life and I could not wait to find out how a petite nurse named April O'Rielly was going to deal with a ghost known as the Red-headed Stranger.

It all started with sixty-year-old Ruth Woodman who not spoken a word in nearly twenty years since her son had died. Her silence was broken the day she and April saw the ghost who had been haunting the city of Oakwood. This was no average haunting
Finding a red headed young man willing to help her and her patient (Ruth Woodman) cross the street, April O’Reilly was shocked when the woman started talking. Ruth hadn’t spoken a work in nearly 20 years, right after watching the murder of her son. Wanting more information that might be of help to her patient, April went to the police station and found herself face to face with Officer Brandon James. Realizing that they were both looking for information on the same boy, they joined forces to tra ...more
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