By William G. Tapply
Walt Duffy was once a world-renowned ornithologist, outdoorsman, and nature photographer who spent his lifestyles touring and taking essentially the most very popular pictures of birds of their usual habitats. until eventually, that's, over a 12 months in the past, whilst a hiking coincidence left him paraplegic. Now he spends his time within the yard of his brownstone in Boston, with merely his puppy and his teen-aged son Ethan for corporation.
Brady Coyne, Walt's long-time buddy and lawyer, handles his regimen criminal affairs and is requested by means of Walt to bring a collection of Meriweather Lewis letters to an extraordinary ebook broker for authentication. presently after, responding to a choice from Duffy, Coyne stops through after paintings in simple terms to discover Walt lifeless - murdered - in his yard. theft is disregarded as a reason while the one factor that turns up lacking is Walt's machine. both demanding is the truth that Ethan, Walt's son, is lacking and not using a hint, any signal of fight, or any clue to the place he could have long gone. there's additionally facts that Walt used to be in some way enthusiastic about a infamous eco-terrorist team that's presently taking lethal motion round the Boston area.
With the FBI and the Boston police gazing him heavily, the eco-terrorists escalating dramatically, and Ethan nonetheless lacking, Brady unearths himself within the heart of an more and more risky plot. With the loss of life toll mounting, Brady realizes he has to discover the lacking Ethan and get to the bottom of the advanced puzzle sooner than both of them turns into the most recent victim.
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