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Ransom by Danielle Steel
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Ransom (original 2004; edition 2004)

by Danielle Steel (Author)

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One night four seemingly unconnected lives intersect: Peter Morgan, released after four long years in prison and vowing to redeem himself in his daughter's eyes; Carl Waters, a convicted murderer set free; Ted Lee, a San Francisco police detective who has been living for his job and falling out of love with his wife; and Fernanda Barnes, a mother of three children, left with debt she cannot repay after the death of her brilliant husband. On the night their lives collide, Fernanda's world is shocked by a devastating crime that brings Detective Ted Lee into her life. Racing against time, she must draw on strength she never knew she had if she hopes to save her family.… (more)
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Title:Ransom
Authors:Danielle Steel (Author)
Info:Delacorte Press (2004), Edition: First Edition, 336 pages
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Enjoyable and suspenseful read. ( )
  soosthemoose | Jan 22, 2015 |
It is a GREAT book, intense, but good values presented in the midst of the most evil men. A man gets rich quick, then loses it all, and presumably commits suicide, leaving his wife and sweet kids holding his debts. They become the target of another unscrupulous rich man who wants to arrange a kidnap of the kids, or even one of them, and let the ransom rebuild his fortune. [He was unaware of Allan Barnes’ loss of fortune.] Some ex-cons are hired to kidnap. A great team of an FBI agent and a SFPD cop come into the picture and the excitement goes on from there. At the end, one of the cops, Ted, and Fernanda Barnes fall in love. ( )
  lopemopay | Nov 22, 2006 |
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One night four seemingly unconnected lives intersect: Peter Morgan, released after four long years in prison and vowing to redeem himself in his daughter's eyes; Carl Waters, a convicted murderer set free; Ted Lee, a San Francisco police detective who has been living for his job and falling out of love with his wife; and Fernanda Barnes, a mother of three children, left with debt she cannot repay after the death of her brilliant husband. On the night their lives collide, Fernanda's world is shocked by a devastating crime that brings Detective Ted Lee into her life. Racing against time, she must draw on strength she never knew she had if she hopes to save her family.

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