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    Terrorists or Mafia?

    Ellie Foreman is a single mother to a 13 year old girl named Rachel. She is also a video documentarian. When she sees the photo of accused murderer Johnny Santoro, she knows that she has seen him before. When she realizes that she has a video tape of him that could prove his innocence, she has to act on her conscience. I did find Ellie to be rather annoying at times and I just wanted to slap her or shake her to make her see reason! But, that seems to be the case with a lot of the heroines in these types of books. The writing is very good and the story moves at a fast pace. The addition of Ellie's relationship problems and the growing rebellion of Rachel against her mother add another dimension to the story that keeps it from being just a thriller. Some parts of the story seem a little contrived and I found it hard to believe that the FBI would allow Ellie's involvement in the highly dangerous situation at the end. But, all in all, it was a timely, well written thriller. I enjoy Ms. Hellmann's books a lot and will continue to read and/or listen to them when I have the chance.

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