The Kidnapping of Aaron Greene by Terry Kay audiobook

The Kidnapping of Aaron Greene

By Terry Kay
Read by George Guidall

Recorded Books, Inc.
12.97 Hours 1
Format : CD (In Stock)
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    ISBN: 9781664619555

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Nicholas Sparks, celebrated author of The Notebook (RB #95082), describes Emmy Award-winner and fellow bestseller Terry Kay as "quite simply the finest writer in America today." Kay's trademark rich characterizations and language are fully on display in The Kidnapping of Aaron Greene, a riveting page-turner charged with ethical and social dilemmas. Aaron Greene-a shy, 18-year-old mail clerk for a powerful Atlanta bank- disappears on his way to work. It is unclear why anyone would kidnap Aaron-he has no enemies and his parents are neither wealthy nor powerful. A ransom note appears demanding 10 million dollars for Aaron's safe return, but there's a twist. The money must come from the bank, which is none too eager to pay. This gripping thriller probes deep into America's moral fabric and asks the heated question: What is the value of a human life? Narrator George Guidall flawlessly conveys the profound questions explored by this thought-provoking tale. Readers may also be captivated by Kay's Shadow Song (RB #94492).

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Nicholas Sparks, celebrated author of The Notebook (RB #95082), describes Emmy Award-winner and fellow bestseller Terry Kay as "quite simply the finest writer in America today." Kay's trademark rich characterizations and language are fully on display in The Kidnapping of Aaron Greene, a riveting page-turner charged with ethical and social dilemmas. Aaron Greene-a shy, 18-year-old mail clerk for a powerful Atlanta bank- disappears on his way to work. It is unclear why anyone would kidnap Aaron-he has no enemies and his parents are neither wealthy nor powerful. A ransom note appears demanding 10 million dollars for Aaron's safe return, but there's a twist. The money must come from the bank, which is none too eager to pay. This gripping thriller probes deep into America's moral fabric and asks the heated question: What is the value of a human life? Narrator George Guidall flawlessly conveys the profound questions explored by this thought-provoking tale. Readers may also be captivated by Kay's Shadow Song (RB #94492).

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Author Bio: Terry Kay

Author Bio: Terry Kay

Terry Kay’s novels include Taking Lottie Home,The Runaway, Shadow Song, and the now-classic To Dance with the White Dog, twice nominated for the American Booksellers Book of the Year Award and winner of the Southeastern Library Association Book of the Year Award. He lives with his family in Athens, Georgia.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Nonfiction/Literary Collections
Runtime: 12.97
Audience: Adult
Language: English