A Slight Case of Guilt Thomas R. Bransten Author
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When six-year old Christophe Ville de Coutray disappeared in 1970, hundreds of reporters flocked to Paris to cover the story. One reporter became part of the story. Barricades reporter Lincoln Goldstone is on the run from his angry future ex when he finds himself at the center of the crime of the century: the heir to the fabulous Ville de Coutray fortune has been kidnapped. Also digging for details is Suzanne Carrington, an attractive reporter for the International Herald Tribune. The kidnapper's emotion-wringing trial forces Goldstone to confront his deepest feelings about the fragility of life, and now it’s time to make some hard decisions about his children, his career, and his new romance.


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