The HideoutBook - 2001
He thought he could escape the nightmare In a moment of madness, Jeremy Holland's parents were killed by a gunman in a Seattle mall. Now, as he sat in the train hurtling toward Chicago and a new life with his rich Uncle Ed, he could barely believe the terrible truth. He had no mother, no father, no home. Suddenly the impossible happened -- again -- as the train crashed in a blaze of fire, twisted metal, and screaming people. Jeremy staggered off, wandering aimlessly. All he could remember was the old man he tried to help. Then he found a deserted cabin, which seemed to be just waiting for him. He thought he could escape from Uncle Ed's pretentious lifestyle to a life of his own. Then he heard gunshots in the night and knew there could be no turning back...
Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, c2001.
Branch Call Number: j F KEHRET P
Characteristics: 151 pages ; 22 cm.