The Guardian, Bill Eidson
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Bill Eidson

The Guardian

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Nine-year-old Janine Stearns and her parents stop at a convenience store to buy ice cream. Moments later, a masked gunman walks in and robs the store, shooting the clerk and kidnapping Janine. What begins as a seemingly random act of violence quickly becomes a world of dark interconnections and horrifying possibilities. Nothing is as it appears. It is left to Ross Stearns, Janine’s uncle and guardian, to rescue Janine and end the nightmare of senseless violence.
The Guardian is an experience of shocking power that takes off like a rocket from the very first chapter.
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2014
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