Reed's Promise by John Clarkson

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Bill Reed receives a message from his cousin Johna page filled with tortured lines and colours, pasted-on letters and numbersa message that clearly conveys fear and confusion. Reed decides to pay John a visit, and thats when the trouble really begins.

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Published December 19, 2001 by Forge Books. 368 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Reed can only intuit fraud and become engaged as an investigator after being roughed up by four hospital thugs, though he defends himself well with his crutch.

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Bill receives a distressed message from Johnny Boy, and after he is rebuffed by the sadistic director, Matthew Ullman, he drives to the institute in an upstate New York town where the sheriff is a paid lackey of the institute and thugs do his bidding.

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