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Publisher's Summary

When baby Max is kidnapped during Mardi Gras, Jane and Kyle Madison’s life falls apart. What their daughter, Melanie, does next is unthinkable. Max vanished into thin air while in the care of his teenage sister, Melanie. Six months later, the family is a shadow of its former self: Melanie blames herself and is acting out and rebellious; Jane is obsessed with finding Max; and Kyle, a lawyer, struggles to cope with his own grief—and a persistent suspicion that one of his cases is connected to Max’s disappearance. With her family in turmoil and her marriage on the rocks, Jane thinks things can’t get any worse. Then when an affair and an unexpected pregnancy threaten to tear the Madisons’ lives apart, an anonymous caller leads to a break in the case. Can a second kidnapping bring their family back together?
©2010 Karen Young (P)2010 Oasis
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4 out of 5 stars
By Christine on 08-22-10

Missing Max

Good story line with suspense!! I have read both of her novels on audable.com and they were both very good.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Grifgirl on 07-22-15

Yuck!

What was most disappointing about Karen Young’s story?

This book spends too much time playing the blame game.
The teenage daughter is idiotic, the mother and father are a mess. And everybody blames someone else instead of helping each other through the difficult situation they are in.
Just not good...

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