Eliza Blake, host of the top-rated KEY News morning show, has witnessed tragedy and danger in her career. But nothing the accomplished professional has experienced has prepared her for when her seven-year-old daughter, Janie, is snatched from summer camp. The country's viewers are glued to their television sets, anxiously awaiting the news that their favorite morning-television personality's little girl has been found.With each passing day, the FBI and local authorities track down every lead: A profile of the kidnapper's most likely characteristics is developed, every fan letter written to Eliza over the last six months is scrutinized, every sex offender registered within a 50-mile radius is interviewed, and psychics from around the country appear on Eliza's doorstep offering their help.But Eliza isn't going to sit around and wait for answers. She and the rest of the Sunrise Suspense Society - brilliant producer Annabelle Murphy, cameraman extraordinaire B. J. D'Elia, and psychiatrist Dr. Margo Gonzalez - will band together to outwit a cunning criminal whose shocking motives threaten to snuff out a terrified little girl's life. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Isabel Keating. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/001677/bk_harp_001677_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ch denji Robo Combattler V is the first part of the Robot Romance Trilogy of Super Robot series created by "Saburo Yatsude" and directed by Tadao Nagahama. The robot''s name is a portmanteau of Combine, Combat and Battle, and the V is intended both as an abbreviation for "victory" and in reference to the five component machines that form the robot, as well as its five pilots. The V is pronounced as the letter V, whereas in the follow-up series, Voltes V, it is prounounced "5". The series (along with the later two shows) was created by Saburo Yatsude, who would later go on to create Golion (best familiar to American viewers as the "Lion Force" half of Voltron). "Saburo Yatsude" is not a real person, but a pseudonym which refers to the collective staff at Toei (the main office, rather than the animation studio, the series was animated by Nippon Sunrise and produced by Toei Co. Ltd).