A Jack McClure Mystery by Eric Van Lustbader
Review: Since the death of her father President Carson, Alli has become the surrogate daughter of Jack McClure, Special Agent in the Department of Defense. Both are victims of past traumas and present afflictions. Alli’s Grave Disease, although keeping her small in stature and seemingly powerless, has been able to find strength and self-confidence. Jack has dyslexia, but he has learned throughout the years to picture letters in his mind thus giving him the ability to see images in three dimensions. He uses this talent in calculating people and situations. Jack is able to solve complex puzzles and crimes because of his unique way of looking at the evidence. Both will need their abilities more now than ever before in Father Night, the fourth mystery in this series by Eric Van Lustbader.
Special thanks to guest reviewer Betty of The Betz Review for contributing her review of Father Night.
Acknowledgment: Authors on the Web provided a copy of Father Night for this review.
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Location(s) referenced in Father Night: Washington DC; Moscow, Russia
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