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Fathers and Sons (1999)

by Carolyn McSparren

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A telephone call at thirty thousand feet over Oklahoma meant only one thing—disaster.
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When Kate Mullholland divorced David Canfield twenty years ago for an act of betrayal that resulted in the birth of a baby boy, she never expected to see David or his son again. She certainly never expected David to keep track of her successful career as an Atlanta lawyer.

But that's exactly what he did. And now he's asking for her help. His son, Jason, has been charged with the murder of his high-school sweetheart, and David needs the best lawyer he can find.

Kate knows she can handle the case. What she doesn't know is whether she and David can handle the feelings that still exist between them.
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