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Daniel and Jennifer Kaine brave a dangerous snowstorm to protect two orphaned children from the mob hit men who are searching for them.
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Although listed as third in the Daybreak series, this story can stand alone. Two families are fixing up a camp in West Virginia when Teddy Giordano, who is fleeing the Mob, chooses one of the deserted cabins as a hiding place. The resulting conflict will bring assassins to the camp and put everyone to the test. Jean DeBarbieris reads with a very empathetic style--often too much so, with a bit too much sweetness coloring most of the story. Her vocal characterizations of New Yorkers, mobsters, a retarded child and Southerners are overdone, bordering on caricature. An overly sensitive production is weakened by the vocal personalities given to many of the characters. M.A.M. (c) AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, MaineFrom Library Journal:
Teddy Giordano hasn't led the most upstanding of lives. However, he does love the children of his boss. Consequently, when his boss is murdered by hitmen, Teddy takes off with the children, knowing that they are likely to be killed next. A wrong turn leads them to a Christian children's camp. Together, Teddy and the families fight off the intrusion of the hitmen, and Teddy comes to accept God into his life. Hoff (The Captive Voice, Tyndale, 1996) combines fast-moving action with some believable characters to make this an enjoyable addition to the "Daybreak Mysteries" series. A sound purchase for most libraries.
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