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"Through the Eyes of the Father" is a psychological thriller that opens when the body of twenty-two year old Paula Blake is found, floating facedown, in the muddy waters of Russell Creek in Western New York. Blake is the ninth victim in a string of serial killings in the fictional town of Chesterfield, killings that have spanned much of the past ten years. Detective Daniel Stewart is there to investigate Blakes murder, just as he has in each of the other killings. Frustrated by his inability to solve these horrible crimes, Stewart becomes even more abusive toward his pregnant wife, Abby. Their argument later that night leaves her comatose and puts the life of her unborn child in jeopardy. The ensuing cover-up threatens the boundaries of family and friendship, as Daniel fights desperately to avoid prosecution. The killer, meanwhile, remains on the loose, lurking in the shadows, preparing to hunt again only now, as Abby Stewart and her newborn son Cameron will soon discover, he has his sights set on a different prey
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Michael D. McClellan was born on February 7th, 1964, in Montgomery, West Virginia. The third of four children, he attended college at West Virginia Institute of Technology, graduating in December, 1987. His wife, Melanie, also attended Tech. They have been married nine years, and have one son, Graham Michael. Michael is currently employed by Columbia Natural Resources, in Charleston, West Virginia. He is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), and supports Columbias Microsoft Windows NT-based network. When not writing, Michael devotes his time to his family. He is an avid, lifelong Boston Celtics fan, who one day hopes to see his son don the green and white.Review:
Michael McClellan's "Through the Eyes of The Father" signals the arrival of a major talent in the thriller genre. With a fascinating cast of characters, a sure-handed ability to writing all the suspense possible out of the plot, the novelist's skill will keep readers turning pages far into the night. McClellan's book resembles the pulse-pounding suspense novels that have caused millions to turn John Sandford into a household name. McClellan's compelling tale mixes a serial killer with a growing need for executing women who fail his test for goodness, a pursuing cop whose penchant for violence against his pregnant wife may put the lawman behind bars himself, and more twists and turns than a Chubby Checker dance contest. -- Bob Powers, Marrietta Times
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