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To The Vanishing Point

To The Vanishing Point

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Published by ereads.com in New York .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL24287516M
ISBN 100759211078, 0759267979

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Stephanie Harker is in the screening booth at airport security, separated from Jimmy Higgins, the five-year-old boy she’s in the process of adopting, when a man in a TSA uniform leads the boy away/5(). McDermid's latest book is The Vanishing Point. British resident Stephanie Harker lands in an American airport with five year old Jimmy in tow.

Stephanie sets off the alarm and is tagged for a more thorough search. While locked in the clear inspection box, she witness Jimmy being /5.

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