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Author: John Bedford Lloyd,C. J. Box
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Title: Three Weeks to Say Goodbye
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Publisher: Macmillan Audio; Unabridged edition (January 6, 2009)

Three Weeks to Say Goodbye by John Bedford Lloyd,C. J. Box



Narrated by John Bedford Lloyd. New York Times bestselling author . Box's novels have been called "red hot" (Booklist) and "edg. Now he delivers a novel that will steal your sleep as much as it will wrench your heart. Three Weeks to Say Goodbye is a novel about something that could be anyone's worst nightmare. Jack and Melissa McGuane have spent years trying to have a baby. Finally their dream has come true with the adoption of their daughter, Angelina. But nine months after bringing her home, they receive a devastating phone cal. ngelina's birth father, a teenager, never signed away his parental rights-and he wants her back

Box Read by John Bedford Lloyd Format: MP3 Bitrate: 64 Kbps. Box’s novels have been called red hot, edge-of-your-seat read, † and unforgettable, powerful. It’s a novel about something that could be anyone’s worst nightmare. Finally their dream has come true with the adoption of their daughter, Angelina

Listen to this audiobook excerpt from . Box's mystery thriller Three Weeks to Say Goodbye. Box delivers a novel that will steal your sleep as much as it will wrench your heart. His novel Open Season was a New York Times Notable Book. He lives outside Cheyenne, Wyoming, with his family. John Bedford Lloyd, a graduate of Yale's School of Drama, has appeared in a host of major motion pictures, including The Bourne Supremacy, Crossing Delancey, The Abyss, The Manchurian Candidate, and Philadelphia. His audiobook narration includes reading for authors such as Michael Crichton, Nicholas Sparks, Paul Doiron, and Atul Gawande, among others.

Narrated By: John Bedford Lloyd. Publisher: Macmillan Audio. Angelina's birth father, a teenager, never signed away his parental rights-and he wants her back. Worse, his father, a powerful Denver judge, will use every trick in the book.

A horrifying game of intimidation and double crosses begins that quickly becomes a death spiral where absolutely no one is safe. How far would you go to save someone you love? . Box has once again written a bone-chilling thriller that will keep you guessing until the very last page. CJB-Three Weeks to Say Goodbye.

Three Weeks to Say Goodbye. With three weeks until they must legally hand over their baby, just how far outside the law are they prepared to go to find out? Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Atlantic BooksReleased: May 1, 2010ISBN: 9781848877566Format: book. carousel previous carousel next. Three Weeks to Say Goodbye - .

Judge John Moreland is wealthy, powerful and very connected in Denver and beyond. What he wants, he generally gets, and he has the law on his side. It is clear there is no way Jack and Melissa and fight Moreland within the system. The first half of . Box's "Three Weeks to Say Goodbye" reads like every adopted parent or family member's worst nightmare. Box paints a picture of a couple desperate to be parents and who have mortgaged their present and future to adopt Angelina. A very different C J Box book. This is a compelling story of young parents in an impossible situation. Having adopted a son, I know what this couple was facing.

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J. Box. In 1995, Nate Romanowski was in a Special Forces unit abroad when his commander, John Nemecek, did something terrible. Now the high-ranking government official and cold-blooded sociopath is determined to eliminate anyone who knows about it-like Nate, who’s hidden himself away in Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains. Three Weeks to Say Goodbye. C.

New York Times bestselling author C.J. Box's novels have been called "red hot" (Booklist) and "edge-of-your-seat read[s]" (Omaha World-Herald). Now he delivers a novel that will steal your sleep as much as it will wrench your heart. Three Weeks to Say Goodbye is a novel about something that could be anyone's worst nightmare. . .

Jack and Melissa McGuane have spent years trying to have a baby. Finally their dream has come true with the adoption of their daughter, Angelina. But nine months after bringing her home, they receive a devastating phone call…

Angelina's birth father, a teenager, never signed away his parental rights—and he wants her back. Worse, his father, a powerful Denver judge, will use every trick in the book to make sure it happens. The McGuanes attempt to meet face-to-face with the father and son…but soon it becomes clear that there's something sinister about their motivations—and that love for Angelina is not one of them.

A horrifying game of intimidation and double crosses begins that quickly becomes a death spiral where everyone is suspect and no one is safe. Now Jack and Melissa will stop at nothing to protect their child—even though time is running out…

C.J. Box has once again written a bone-chilling thriller that will keep you guessing until the very last page.

Reviews: 7
Drelalak
Nope, it's not a Joe Pickett book. But that's okay, because it's a terrific read anyway! Great characters, very human protagonists, and really ugly and yucky evil people. This is a tremendous read and you won't be able to put it does once you start it. Typical for Box, there's a lot of dry humor in the midst of difficult hard times. Our heroes here are truly flawed human beings, but that's what makes this novel work. It's believable. This may be the best thriller I've read that pits your average middle class working family and their friends against uber political bureaucracy and just plain evil. If you're on the fence, just buy it. It's worth every penny and you'll find yourself very invested in the outcome of Jack, Melissa and Angelina. Amazing read
Gindian
Jack and Melissa McGuane are parents of a nine month old girl named Angelina whom they adopted. Angelina’s birth mother signed the release papers but the birth father didn’t because he couldn’t be found.
The McGuane family are suddenly thrust into the center of an emotional hurricane when a young Garrett Morland appears. He’s Angelina’s birth father and wants custody of his daughter even though he doesn’t have a job and is really not interested in being a caring father. To complicate matters further, Garrett’s dad is John Morland, a well known and respected judge who is helping Garrett with all the relevant legal matters because he has his own agenda which involves making Angelina part of the larger Morland family.
Needless to say, Jack and Melissa decide to fight the Morlands so that their beloved Angelina is not given up to a low-life like Garrett. They make a plan and one of their first steps is to learn more about Judge Morland. Jack gets a seat during a criminal trial against a man named Aubrey Coates who is accused of kidnapping and murder of a five year old girl named Courtney Wingate. The police detective who is testifying for the prosecution is one of author C. J. Box’s regular characters, Cody Hoyt. We’ve seen Cody in other novels, notably The Highway and Back of Beyond. Cody has a rough time on the witness stand, thanks to rulings by Judge Morland about his mishandling of evidence.
Jack must make a business trip to Berlin and, while he’s there, the McGaune’s dog Harry is viciously poisoned. Garrett Morland is the likely suspect. When Jack returns, the family joins forces with Cody and they make a trip to Montana to meet with Cody’s uncle Jeter Hoyt. Jeter packs a lot of hardware when he comes to Denver. He shoots up the Zuni saloon and manages to kill several gang members but the intended target, Garrett Morland escapes.
The forces of law close in on the McGuane family in a tension filled ending to this family drama.
Jerdodov
I have read all the Joe Pickett novels by C.J. Box and this is the first stand alone novel for me and I was really impressed!! Absolutely loved it!

A very quick paced story that keeps moving along like a locomotive. Plenty of twists, turns, suspense, thrills and chills to keep you reading. Mr. Box writes about a very sensitive subject of an adoption gone wrong. Due to an overlooked document that does not have the required signature to formally give up his rights to his child, he and his father now want the child back and will do anything to make it happen. The storyline has a dark side with pedophiles and child pornography but Mr. Box handles it very carefully and does not dwell on it. It does not make you squeamish or feel ill at ease. Very nicely handled by Mr. Box with his expert writing!

The characters in this novel are very strong and in his Joe Pickett novels he is big on family, friendship and doing the right thing and this novel is no exception to his type of writing. All in all a really good book to read and I will definitely be recommending it to others!
Jugore
Cody Hoyt appears in this story, though not the main character. A federal judge decides he wants to get the baby that his son had fathered over a year before. The adoptive parents love their daughter and are unwilling to give her up. Their friends help, including Cody to find dirt on the judge and his son to stop him from taking their daughter. And it gets scarier and scarier. In all that there is light banter to lessen the tenseness.
Hinewen
I have to admit this was a difficult book for me to buy. I'm a real fan of the Joe Pickett novels. Blue Heaven was also great (that's a book you should read too, if you haven't yet). I was worried that this would be a sob story about a couple having to give up their baby. That's the way the synopsis seemed to read. I didn't want to read a depressing book.

So, I'd pretty much caught up reading C.J. Box' books and thought, well I've got to read this one too, just to be complete. The quality of writing in this book is really one of his best. The story is compelling. And, as I should have known, it's a real thriller.

Jack McGuane is not Joe Pickett, which is good, but he shares many of the same warm human qualities. I had a pretty good idea where the story was going after two or three chapters, but the book has twists that made it a page turner. C.J. Box keeps getting better. I'm so glad my brother and sister-in-law gave me the first two Joe Pickett novels for my birthday. It started a great journey. Keep 'em coming Mr. Box!