HarperCollins, Jan 2005, 15.95
In Northern California, Marguerite comes to the home of Dr. Carroll Monks asking for help with a flat tire. He goes to look, but inside the vehicle he recognizes a face he has not seen in five years, his estrange son Glenn. Before he can recover from his shock, Monks is tied up and placed on the floor of the SUV.
A few hours later even deeper into the mountains, Monks meets "Freeboot," leader of an outlaw band who demands he cure his three-year ailing old son. Monks realizes that the infant needs intensive medical help and suggests hospitalizing the child. When Freeboot declines and threatens Monks if he fails to heal his son, the doctor decides to flees with the child strapped to his back, but he is unaware of who his pursuer is. Freeboot believes he will lead a revolution that will change the world forever and has killed VIPs across the nation leaving clues with the homeless.
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner