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MUTE WITNESS

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By Rick R. Reed.

Sean and Austin have the perfect life. Their relationship is only made more joyous by weekend visits from Sean’s eight-year-old son, Jason. And then their perfect world shatters. Jason is missing. When the boy turns up days later, he has been horribly abused and has lost the power to speak. Small town minds turn to the boy’s gay father and his lover as the likely culprits. Sean and Austin struggle to maintain their relationship amid the innuendo and the very real threat that Sean will, at the very least, loose the son he loves. Meanwhile, the real villain is much closer to home, intent on ensuring the boy’s muteness is permanent.

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Author Rick R. Reed
Publishers MLR Press
Year of Publication 2009

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MUTE WITNESS
Rick R. Reed

Sean and Austin have the perfect life. Their relationship is only made more joyous by weekend visits from Sean’s eight-year-old son, Jason. And then their perfect world shatters. Jason is missing. When the boy turns up days later, he has been horribly abused and has lost the power to speak. Small town minds turn to the boy’s gay father and his lover as the likely culprits. Sean and Austin struggle to maintain their relationship amid the innuendo and the very real threat that Sean will, at the very least, loose the son he loves. Meanwhile, the real villain is much closer to home, intent on ensuring the boy’s muteness is permanent.
332 pages, paperback

 

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MUTE WITNESS

MUTE WITNESS

By Rick R. Reed.

Sean and Austin have the perfect life. Their relationship is only made more joyous by weekend visits from Sean’s eight-year-old son, Jason. And then their perfect world shatters. Jason is missing. When the boy turns up days later, he has been horribly abused and has lost the power to speak. Small town minds turn to the boy’s gay father and his lover as the likely culprits. Sean and Austin struggle to maintain their relationship amid the innuendo and the very real threat that Sean will, at the very least, loose the son he loves. Meanwhile, the real villain is much closer to home, intent on ensuring the boy’s muteness is permanent.