The Truth of the Matter by Andrew Klavan
(The Homelanders)

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"Never give in."

Ever since he woke up in a terrorist torture chamber--with a year of his life erased from his mind--Charlie West has been on the run. He has one desperate hope of getting his life back: track down the mysterious agent named Waterman. But in fact, reaching Waterman--and recovering the secrets lost in his own memory--will only increase his danger. Because a team of ruthless killers is rapidly closing in on him, determined to stop him from finding the answers. And the truth of the matter is more incredible...and more deadly...than he could ever imagine.

"Action sequences that never let up...wrung for every possible drop of nervous sweat."--Booklist review of The Long Way Home


About Andrew Klavan

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Andrew Klavan was hailed by Stephen King as "the most original novelist of crime and suspense since Cornell Woolrich." He is the recipient of two Edgar Awards and the author of such bestsellers as True Crime and Don't Say a Word.
Published November 2, 2010 by Thomas Nelson. 290 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Children's Books. Fiction

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The Christian Manifesto

We find out details of the last year of Charlie’s life and begin to realize what we were all pretty sure of – that we still like good ole’ Charlie.

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Author: Andrew KlavanTitle: The Truth of the MatterPublisher: Thomas NelsonIn this third installment of The Homelanders series, Andrew Klavan continues the adventures of young Charlie West, the all-American teen who wants to attend the Air Force Academy, just fell in love, and knows a little k...

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