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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780963163851
  • Publisher: Wordslinger Press
  • Publication date: 9/28/2005
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2006

    watch out Coben and Hiaasen

    I love discovering new authors. He really writes mystery/suspense well, but his humor was what made me love the book. He is a 'hoot'. I do enjoy suspense, but if you can add humor - WOW! In my book, he's got it all. Oops, one more thing, he knows adoption, and that's the basis of this book, although this is fiction. What people and criminals will do for a baby! I'm waiting for his new book, Baby Crimes, which comes out in 2007.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2005

    What a great and funny mystery!

    I lucked into getting an advance reading copy of The Baby Game, and I LOVED it! It started out increadibly funny. I truly laughed out loud, and how often can you say that? Soon though, the mystery took shape, and bang! - what a surprise it was. We were off and running from the first big twist. From that point on it was a true thrill ride. Lots of great twists and turns, and a couple of giant surprises at the end. I LOVED the characters in this book, especially the main character, the adoption attorney Toby Dillon. He was funny and charming, and every woman like me wants to marry him by the end of the book! The author is an actual adoption attorney, so when he writes about a mystery in the adoption world, it feels very real. I liked this book more than any other book I've read this year.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    chilling investigative novel

    In San Diego County, California, recent law school graduate attorney Toby Dillon opens his shingle out of his condo overlooking the Coral Canyon Country Club where he also serves as an assistant tennis instructor. Tony¿s legal practice deals with adoptions. --- Movie stars Brogan Barlow and Rita MacGilroy want to adopt so they turn to Toby, who was Brogan¿s high school pal when they were nerds. Toby arranges things with a single neighbor Sammy who became pregnant from a casual inseminator as the state would say. Toby takes Sammy to the hospital in his nightwear, but instead of her going inside with him, she vanishes with his car. Besides Toby¿s PJs embarrassment and concern for Sammy, things went great even though the biological mother gives birth outside a hospital. Toby¿s clients have a daughter to lovingly raise together until a day later a phone call nukes their world; With Tony they go to see the birth mom to obtain the truth, but she has vanished. Other follow-ups go nowhere as those they need to speak with are either dead or never existed in spite of the paper trail. --- THE BABY GAME is a fabulous tale that starts off as a simple family drama, but quickly turns into an exciting action-packed thriller. Once the call comes, the story line accelerates from a celebrating couple with their friends to a deep tense investigation in which nothing goes right. Randall Hicks insures his exhilarating story line seems realistic with the tidbits involving adoption so that the audience has a one sitting chilling investigative novel that feels as if it could happen. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2005

    Adoption can be murder.

    Toby Dillon graduated law school one year ago. He resides in California, but his 'office' is at his home. His 'home' is currently in one of the condos ringing the golf course of the Coral Canyon Country Club. (Free perk due to his side job as their assistant tennis pro.) Toby is one of the rare lawyers that are actually out to help people, rather than to fatten his own wallet. His specialty is adoption. ........................................... Brogan Barlow and Rita MacGilroy are famous movie stars. Toby and Brogan were geeks (friends) together in high school. So to Toby, Brogan and Rita were just great friends who wanted to adopt a baby. All seems to be going pretty much normal. But the birth mother gives birth without going to the hospital. No one thinks too much about it though, because the birth mother hands over the baby girl to the happy new parents. ........................................... The birth mother has a time limit, during which she may change her mind about giving her baby up for adoption. One day after this date, Brogan and Rita are celebrating with Toby and some friends when a call comes in that will rock their foundation. In result to the call, the new parents and Toby rush to question the birth mother only to find her gone. Brogan and Toby begin to search for answers to some hard hitting questions. Problem is that the people they need to speak with either do not exist or are turning up dead. .................................................................... ...................... ***** I cannot tell more without giving away spoilers, which I refuse to do. The phone call is the turning point, where the reader finds out exactly WHAT the mystery is. However, if you want to figure out the 'who' and 'why' you will have to pay attention from the very first page. This may be Randall Hicks's first mystery novel, but he wrote about something he knows well, adoption. This gives the mystery a much greater depth and makes it all very realistic. While you find yourself putting together clues with the main characters, you will also find yourself very entertained. Much humor to lighten things up a bit. The result is a wonderful novel that you end up reading more than once. Excellent! *****

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