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The Treatment Hayder, Mo/ Goodwin, Damien (NRT) 1 of 1
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Format:  CD
ISBN-10: 1611206553
ISBN-13: 9781611206555
Sku: 228535873
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 5.04H x 6.04L x 1.13T
 
In a quiet residential area in London, a couple is discovered bound and imprisoned in their own home. The worst revelation is yet to come: their eight-year-old son has been abducted. But when the body is found and forensic evidence turns the case on its head, revealing disturbing parallels to events in Detective Caffery''s own past, Caffery realizes he''s dealing with much more sinister forces than he''d anticipated.
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In a quiet residential area in London, a couple is discovered bound and imprisoned in their own home. Savagely battered and severely dehydrated, the worst revelation is yet to come: their eight-year-old son has been abducted. But when the body is found and forensic evidence turns the case on its head, revealing disturbing parallels to events in Detective Caffery's own past, Caffery realizes he's dealing with much more sinister forces than he'd anticipated - and finds it increasingly difficult to maintain his professional distance. As the evidence mounts and Caffery struggles to hold his own life together, the case hurtles toward a shocking conclusion.

Annotation:
London police detective Jack Caffery investigates the disappearance of a child that chillingly parallels an incident in his own past.

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Guardian (London)
"[A] bleak, powerful story of child abuse." - Peter Guttridge 07/29/2001
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