Unfinished by William C. Gordon

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Sixth in a series of noir mysteries featuring newspaperreporter Samuel Hamilton, Unfinishedconfronts the question, how much hurt can be repaired when betrayal,kidnapping, and violence touch a person's life? The story opens with thekidnapping of a young boy―the third such kidnapping within a short period―onlynow it's the son of Emma Sheridan, a French émigré, widow of a Vietnamveteran, and someone to whom Samuel owes a huge emotional debt. This time it'spersonal.
While Samuel engages in his usual relentless job ofpursuing the kidnapper, the narrative illuminates the lives and experiences of anexotic cast of characters, Emma Sheridan, whose life has been a series oflosses, Emma's eccentric but resourceful son Alain, the wise and compassionateArgentinean therapist Ana Cejas, and then there are the suspects andperpetrators, driven by their own perverse needs.


 

About William C. Gordon

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William C. Gordon is a lawyer and a writer. He lives in San Francisco.
 
Published April 11, 2016 by Bay Tree Publishing. 200 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction