The Grego Chronicles Book I [NOOK Book]

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Michael and Hank Olson continue to work together to make Palm Cove Island, a serene and safe place to live for all the citizens of Palm Cove. While working on a case, they find a helpless child in desperate need of their help. Victoria Phillips, a six-year-old girl, is living in a home of deception. With her parent's criminal activity, Victoria is raped by her father countless times. Gary and Yolanda Phillips concoct an elaborate deception to cover up them selling her as slave to a child porn ring. They call...
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The Grego Chronicles Book I

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Overview

Michael and Hank Olson continue to work together to make Palm Cove Island, a serene and safe place to live for all the citizens of Palm Cove. While working on a case, they find a helpless child in desperate need of their help. Victoria Phillips, a six-year-old girl, is living in a home of deception. With her parent's criminal activity, Victoria is raped by her father countless times. Gary and Yolanda Phillips concoct an elaborate deception to cover up them selling her as slave to a child porn ring. They call for assistance but Michael and Hank see right through their deception. After putting them behind bars, Ted Parker, the judge and mayor of Palm Cove Island, strips Gary and Yolanda of their parental rights and allows Michael and Hank to adopt Victoria and raise her as their own child.   Michael and Hank are continuously faced putting hardened criminals behind bars. While going back home, Michael is faced with a life changing dilemma. While assisting the local police department, Michael is brutally injured and facing death. Jason Grego, Michael's father, heals him but informs him that he will become immortal. Being afraid of losing Michael, Linda decides to become immortal. In doing this, they are empowered to work harder to rid Palm Cove Island of all the corruption and deception that currently exists. Making every effort to fulfill his obligation to the Island of Palm Cove, Michael is faced with putting these skills to work. Jason Grego has bestowed all the powers of time travel to son to carry on the Grego legacy but Michael decides to use logic before using the special gift.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014774383
  • Publisher: Club Lighthouse Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/28/2009
  • Series: The Grego Chronicles , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 614 KB

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