THE ABDUCTOR by Dolores Hitchens

THE ABDUCTOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This writer's fifth in a row to involve youngsters in the sins of their elders varies what has been a foolproof situation and fulfills a long dreamed of revenge when a prowler kidnaps an unwanted child, and her substitute teacher, instead of the child of the man he had wanted to torment. In each case, the experience, dreadful as it is, has some salutary effects. As always, smooth and susceptible.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster