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Cover of: My Sister's Keeper | Bill Benners

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My Sister's Keeper
First Edition

Published March 1, 2007 by McBryde Publishing .
Written in English.

About the Book

Somebody is snatching the little girls of Wilmington, North Carolina, videotaping their rape, then tossing them in the Cape Fear River to drown. But when Richard Baimbridge's sister Martha is brutally attacked and left in a wheelchair while investigating these rapes for a newspaper, Richard rushes back to his coastal hometown to assist with her recovery only to be drawn by her into the dark underside of this quiet coastal community where he comes face to face with his tormented past and a dark family secret. My Sister's Keeper is a riveting suspense thriller that not only explores the special bond between a brother and a sister, but holds you in spellbinding suspense as it carries Richard through romance, action, and overwhelming terror. Come along if you dare. Promotional video can be viewed at the Bill Benners website.

First Sentence

THOMAS WOLFE WAS RIGHT. You can’t go home again. And I wouldn’t have had it not been for my sister’s accident. I flew back to Wilmington, North Carolina, and sat vigil over her for weeks listening to the beeps and clicks of the machinery that kept her alive, pleading with her not to die. Martha was the one person in this world that had always been there for me, believed in me, looked up to me, and never failed me. And I, Richard Charles Baimbridge, could not survive without her. She kept me sane.

Edition Notes

Mystery & Thrillers / Thrillers

The Physical Object

Perfect Paperback
Number of pages
8.8 x 6 x 0.9 inches
12.8 ounces

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