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Also by Patricia Gussin:

Come Home, November 2017
Hardcover
After The Fall, January 2015
Hardcover
Weapon Of Choice, November 2012
Hardcover
And Then There Was One, October 2010
Hardcover
The Test, October 2009
Hardcover
Twisted Justice, December 2007
Hardcover
Shadow of Death, March 2006
Hardcover

Come Home
Patricia Gussin

Torn between two cultures―allegiance to two families―a child in the middle

Oceanview Publishing
November 2017
On Sale: November 7, 2017
ISBN: 1608092593
EAN: 9781608092598
Hardcover
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Thriller Psychological | Suspense

Nicole Nelson and Ahmed Masud are a dynamic, highly successful Philadelphia couple. They are partners in a thriving plastic surgery practice, are very much in love, and they adore their young son, Alex. But cracks are beginning to appear in their fairy-tale life: lingering post-9/11 prejudice against Arab men, accumulating malpractice lawsuits for Ahmed, and most recently, pressure from Ahmedís wealthy family in Cairo for him to return to Egypt―permanently―with his son.

The Masud family pressure becomes a demand as the Hosni Mubarak regime is seriously threatened by protestors in Egypt. Ahmedís family owes their control of the Egyptian cotton empire directly to Mubarak cronyism. If Mubarak goes down, the Masuds will surely lose their wealth, maybe even their lives. They need Ahmed back in Egypt to implement their plan to move their fortune and family out of Egypt and into South America.

Ahmed must make a decision―stay with Nicole in America or obey his father. And what about their son?

Tragic consequences, which Ahmed could have never foreseen, propel both the Masud family and the Nelson family on a path toward unspeakable tragedy.

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