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The Glass House

The Glass House

Third Book of the Junction Chronicles

Decker Roberts is back in the riveting climax to the Junction Chronicles series.

Decker Roberts was born with a gift: he always knows when you’re telling the truth. Over time, however, that gift has become a burden. Struggling to find his way, Decker has retreated into isolation in Namibia. But a man like Decker can only live off the grid for so long before someone comes looking.

When Decker’s estranged son, Seth, is kidnapped, it sets in motion a chain of events as unstoppable as it is mysterious. Seth is the key to everyone’s plans. His inherited "gifts" are more powerful than his father’s, and there are some who will do anything to control them.

Yslan Hicks of the NSA desperately needs to find Seth and Decker, but when both trails run cold, Yslan has to turn to Decker’s old friends for help in locating father and son. Soon they find themselves confronting an ancient conspiracy as they are inescapably drawn towards a conclusion that will change both themselves and the world around them. But what is the end of the road for some may be only the beginning for others.
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  • Touchstone | 
  • 320 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781476747323 | 
  • November 2014
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David Rotenberg
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David Rotenberg

David Rotenberg has published five mysteries set in modern China as well as the Canadian bestselling historical fiction novel Shanghai. He is the artistic director of the internationally renowned Professional Actors Lab. He has directed on Broadway, in South Africa, in major regional theatres in North America and for television. He directed the first Canadian play staged in the People’s Republic of China—in Mandarin. He lives in Toronto.

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