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The story is told without pretense and it works. The reader gets a happy ending, though Donne himself is left dangling with the loose ends of his relationships and physical rehabilitation still in limbo, which screams for a sequel. We recently met with Santa Claus at the North Pole to work on a list of possible presents for book lovers. Two of the best novels of the year, both dealing with loss. This may be the best debut crime novel by anyone since Think of a Number by John Verdon. A disabled NYPD cop turned public school teacher decides to solve a crime that involves one of his former students.
A story is told through the lives of five different human beings who live in different times, including the past and the future Those who loved the innovative novel American Music by Jane Mendelsohn may be drawn to this one. A perfect cold case story for cold weather reading.
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Is This the Real Life? With Frankie in danger of failing and missing out on a scholarship, Ray goes looking for him, only to find Frankie's father bludgeoned to death in their apartment. Frankie and his younger sister are gone, possibly on the run.
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But did Frankie really kill his father? Ray can't believe it. But then who did, and where are Frankie and his sister? Raymond Donne wasn't always a schoolteacher. Not only did he patrol the streets of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, as one of New York's Finest, but being the nephew of the chief of detectives, he was expected to go on to bigger things. At least he was until the accident that destroyed his knees. Unable to do the job the way he wanted, he became a teacher in the same neighborhood, and did everything he could to put the force behind him and come to terms with the change.
Then Frankie Rivas, a student in Ray's class and a baseball phenom, stops showing up to school. With Frankie in danger of failing and missing out on a scholarship, Ray goes looking for him, only to find Frankie's father bludgeoned to death in their apartment. Frankie and his younger sister are gone, possibly on the run.
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But did Frankie really kill his father? Ray can't believe it. But then who did, and where are Frankie and his sister? Ray doesn't know, but if he's going to have any chance of bringing them home safely, he's going to have to return to the life, the people, and the demons he walked out on all those years ago.