PAPERBACK [MITCHARD, JACQUELYN]
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Twenty-two years have passed since Beth Cappadora's three-year-old son, Ben, was abducted. By some miracle he returned nine years later, and the family began to pick up the pieces of their lives.
Now, in this sequel to Mitchard's beloved bestseller" The Deep End of the Ocean," the Cappadora children are grown: Ben is married and has a baby girl, Kerry is studying to be an opera singer, and ne'er-do-well older son Vincent is a fledgling filmmaker. His new documentary--focusing on five families caught in the torturous web of never knowing the fate of their abducted children--shakes his parents to the core. As Vincent's film earns greater and greater acclaim and Beth tries to stave off a torrent of long-submerged emotions, the Cappadoras' world is rocked as Beth's greatest fear becomes reality. The family is soon drawn precipitously into the past, revisiting the worst moment of their lives--this time with only hours to find the truth that can save a life.
A spellbinding novel about family loyalty and love pushed to the limits of endurance, No Time to Wave Goodbye is Jacquelyn Mitchard at her best.