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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0425196488, Mass Market Paperback)

When Andy Malloy returns home to find his stepmother murdered, his first instinct is to blame his no-good father. But when Tom Malloy returns home, protesting his innocence, Andy's heart no longer agrees with his head.

Andy can't imagine the sherrif believing his father's tale--not when he himself couldn't. The only choice for Tom Malloy is to run--with a posse hot on his heels.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:10:24 -0400)

Tom Malloy is the chief suspect for the murder of his wife.

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