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Author Sue Rainey s heart wrenching true account of their family s loss of their son Mike in the city that never sleeps. AS TIME PASSED ... the city light offered little comfort or joy, especially on those cold, dark nights. To gaze at them inflicted us with grief and instilled in us a perpetual state of fear for our sons life. Once intriguing, comforting, the light now seemed cold and uninviting whenever I caught a glimpse of the strip from the freeway while I was en route to some destination. It was disheartening for Ken, too, as he drove up and down the city streets hoping to spot Mike standing on a corner or sitting at a bus stop in the heart of town. The strobe effect of the brightly colored signs hinted at a madness that made my scalp prickle, a feeling of impending doom lurking in every shadow cast by them, reminders of how ruthless street life can be.
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Susan married Kenneth Rainey in 1974. She loves being a mother and wife, and takes great pride in her duties. She loves to write and is an artist, painting with oil, acrylic, and watercolor. She is currently active in her church. She and Ken have three living children, two girls (both with families of their own), five grandchildren, and an adopted son, Jesse. When their son Michael was killed and buried in the desert in 1996, her current book, Beyond the City Lights, was born from that still unsolved mystery. The story came from her diary/testimony of the 3 year search for their 14-year-old son. Since Mike s death Sue and her Husband have trained with the parental support group, Team Hope, in West Virginia, in which Ken remains active. They have attended and spoken at an AMECO conference in Tampa Bay Florida. They facilitate a parental support group for Nevada Child Seekers one day a week, and perform interventions for other parents of missing children, who have been found and returned home.
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Book Description Mystic Publishers, 2007. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 140 pages. 8.10x5.30x0.50 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1934051071