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Who Took Hannah

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What if you tiptoed in to pick up your child and the crib was empty. An open window. A slashed screen. A hospital smell. Would you scream? Cry? Call the cops? Mandy Rose did all that then she ran. Ran all the way across the country. The pain was that bad. But the pain of not knowing the truth was worse.

Returning to Louisiana was a mixed blessing. Mandy’s father wasn’t thrilled to see her. She discovered her baby’s daddy was now her younger sister’s lover. Her still married mother was dating the mild-mannered cop on the kidnapping case. Then, a dead baby upped the ante. They teamed together to investigate. It’s the early 80s, so no cell phones. Can they find out who took Hannah and why?

Characters who won’t let you forget them. Clyde, the handsome Black man, who dated both wealthy sisters. Mandy Rose’s haunting past that kept her afraid of life. Tough little sister Laura, studying to become a cop. And more, much more to keep you turning the pages.


The Search for Hannah

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Mandy Rose Bokum, sweet in temperament, has a dark side.

Unable to escape the vise-like grip her lover Clyde Boudreaux has on her; she risks all to break him out of a locked ward in a maximum-security mental hospital. Meanwhile the local police are working in tandem with federal authorities concerning missing and exploited children to find Mandy and Clyde’s abducted daughter.

The hunt for Hannah continues and intensifies. Time passing is the deadly enemy for stolen children.

Drinking one-too-many Sazeracs in a crowded Louisiana bar; Mandy confesses a hideous secret to her sister, Laura; a cop.

Then Mandy Rose disappears. Her family is frantic. She’s gone. It’s not the first time she’s disappeared without a word. They fear the worst. The police suspect a connection between her disappearance and the unexplainable escape of mental patient Clyde Boudreaux, presently accused of murder.

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