Blood Rules by John Trenhaile

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When Shi'ite Muslims hijack the plane on which Colin Raleigh and his son are traveling, Colin is horrified to learn that Robbie's estranged mother, a terrorist, has targeted their plane to get her son back.


About John Trenhaile

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Pamela Kilian, the author of W"hat Was Watergate?" (SMP 1990) is a journalist and news editor for Scripps Howard News Service. Originally from Chicago, she lives in McLean, Virginia.
Published January 1, 1992 by Harper Collins. 431 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Scholar Colin Raleigh is on his way to the Far East to deliver a paper at a conference, bringing with him his 14-year-old son Robbie, ostensibly so that the boy may visit his high-living expatriate Lebanese great-grandmother on a side visit to Australia.

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