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The pied piper [electronic resource] / Ridley Pearson.

Author Pearson, Ridley.

Imprint[Grand Haven, Mich.] : Brilliance Audio, 2007.

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Abstract:In Seattle, they're calling him The Pied Piper -- someone who comes in the night and takes children away. To newly promoted police lieutenant Lou Boldt and police psychologist Daphne Matthews, it's clear this isn't about a single lunatic or random kidnappings: these crimes are well orchestrated, well executed, and, most chilling of all, occurring in cities across the country. Boldt is the first to establish that behind the kidnappings is a well-financed and brilliantly planned network, and his investigation soon attracts the FBI, which also brings heavy manpower -- and political competition -- that Boldt fears could slow them down until the trail runs dry. As long as the kidnappings continue, there may be a chance of getting the children back alive. Or is it already too late?

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