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Help Me Please

Suze Figueroa

Barbara D'Amato

Forge Books

An hour and a half after three-year-old Danielle Gaston is kid-napped from the Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago, a new Web site pops up on the World Wide Web--featuring Danielle Gaston. She's isolated in a room with no food and only water to drink. This live-action Web page is available to all net users around the world and is soon rebroadcast on CNN and other television networks.

Since Danielle is the only child of a popular country-and-western singer and a senator, her case is a high profile one--and likely to end in heartbreak. Unless Deputy Chief of Detectives Polly Kelly can crack the case before the child is harmed.

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day zeroSaturdayoneGolden air filled Holy Name Cathedral. Golden sunlight, weighty with dust motes, sank heavily through the windows and settled over the amber oak pews and woodwork. Maggie McKittredge felt bathed in gold and blessed.Danielle's hair was gold, too, shining in the light, red gold, fine, curly baby hair.Danni was three, a pale porcelain cherub, wearing her favorite long blue-and-white-checked gingham dress, the one she thought made her look like a queen. But Daddy called her Princess, which was okay, too.The worshippers at the Saturday morning mass sighed and ru
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  • Barbara D'Amato

  • Winner of the Mary Higgins Clark Award winner, Barbara D'Amato is the past president of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime International, winner of the Carl Sandburg Award for Excellence in Fiction and other major awards for crime fiction.
  • Barbara D'Amato Miriam Berkley
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Help Me Please

Suze Figueroa

Barbara D'Amato

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