Turnabout by Jeremiah Healy
(Five Star First Edition Mystery)

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A detective is called in to find a millionaire's kidnapped grandson, but when the clues point to a culprit within the family, the investgation takes a dangerous turn.

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Published December 1, 2001 by Five Star (ME). 264 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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John Francis Cuddy (Spiral, 1999, etc.) must be out of town, because when Kenny Van Horne is kidnapped, his great-grandfather, millionaire Beacon Harbor (Mass.) tank seller General Alexander Van Horne, calls instead on Matthew Langway, the private eye who helped design his 27-acre compound’s elab...

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This mystery starts out conventionally enough when the narrator, security expert and ex-FBI man Matthew Langway, is called in by General Alexander Van Horne to investigate the kidnapping of his mildly retarded grandson, Kenny.

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