Fly Away HomeBook - 1997
Everyone on Rand's Island swore Eva Haskel was crazy. Ever since the well-publicized, unsolved kidnapping of her baby, she was a tragic figure on the tiny island off the Connecticut coast, wildly mourning the child who mysteriously vanished six long years ago. Then a shocking twist of fate and a very determined young woman enter Eva's dark world to bring her son home at last.... Bethany Logan, a spirited teacher at a private boys' school in New Hampshire, teaches children with learning disabilities. All of her students adore her...except for one: Pip Stafford, a moody troublemaker and son of the school headmaster. Determined to solve Pip's behavior problems, Bethany delves deep into his files and discovers a clue to the boy's true identity. Now, determined to right the wrongs of a heinous crime, Bethany takes Pip to isolated Rand's Island. But her effort to put the past behind them rapidly escalates into terror, drawing Bethany deep into a world of madness, as she learns not only the danger of digging up the past, but that the present holds no escape from her own darkest fears and tragic memories.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 1997, c1996
Characteristics: 314 p. ; 24 cm