Self-reliant and outspoken, Gina Meyers, a waitress at Frank's Diner, never imagined that the drama she watched on her favorite TV crime shows could ever touch her life, but she was wrong. When the daughter of Jan Clark, another waitress at Frank's, is abducted by human traffickers, the daily diners and employees of Frank's Diner become an unlikely group of private investigators. Ranging in age from twenty to seventy, the motley group of friends, who have nothing in common but the diner, perform extraordinary feats in this thrilling, heartwarming story about the power of love and friendship.
This action packed story has humor, romance, and mystery wrapped around contemporary issues of human trafficking and the difficulties faced by a young autistic man who is exceptional in many ways. As always, Mary Lee Peck provides a touching story that excites, entertains, and causes us to laugh and cry. Goodness always prevails over evil in her novels, but the quest is never easy.
|Publisher:||Reading Research Institute|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.67(d)|
|Age Range:||15 Years|
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