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  • The girl's mother Molly Santera thinks Ramsey is the one who took Emma, however Molly realizes that Ramsey is trying to help her

    • by LP Jardine

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      “The Target” is a suspense filled book written by Catherine Coulter.

      The book opens with Judge Ramsey Hunt rescuing little Emma Santera, a six year old girl who had been abused.

      The girl’s mother Molly Santera thinks Ramsey is the one who took Emma, however Molly realizes that Ramsey is trying

      to help her.

      Emma had been kidnapped because her father owed a powerful crime boss money. However the kidnapping went wrong because of a psychopath. Whom Emma escapes from.

      Molly’s father is a also a crime boss Mason Lord. Molly, Ramsey and Emma go to Mason in Chicago.

      Eventually, the ...

      • person who kidnapped Emma continues to stalk Emma.

        Judge Hunt calls in a friend Dillon Savich and his pregnant wife Sherlock.

        There are so many undercurrents in this novel and murders are committed which are solved when Molly and Ramsey realize why Emma had been kidnapped. When Molly ’s father is

        shot and is in the hospital Molly realizes who tried to kill him.

        I really like the FBI thrillers that Ms. Coulter writes.

        The Target deals very tastefully with the aftermath of Emma being attacked and the problems she has to deal with.

        This book is very good and has a wonderful ending.

    Kenneth Bailey says :

    Please help me understand this passage in the book They were standing together, still breathing hard, when they heard Emma cal lou from the kitche, Mam. Ramsey`s got a room that`s filled with all sorts of cans Molly rolled her eyes. Cans? All different sizes, I`ll bet. You pervert. What does this mean? Kenneth Bailey
    Isadora Night says :

    Can can be used as a derogatory slang word for something that I won’t repeat. Its saying that Molly interpreted what Emma said about Ramsey’s room in a vulgar manner.
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