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The theme of the book Eye of the Beholder by Jayne Ann Krentz is to stop and take a breath before jumping to conclusionsTwelve years ago Trasks father was killed in a car accident He had driven his car off Avalon Point Because of the sharp curve this was not unusual Everyone in town just believed that Trasks father was another fatality Trask knew it was more He believed his fathers death was murder Trask believed Kenyon had killed his father because of a business deal gone bad Trasks father Kenyon and Guthrie had been working on the deal for months Trasks father had found a problem and believed the plan would cause the men to go bankrupt With this information Trasks father decided to take his money and get out of the deal Immediately after Trask found out about his fathers death he went to Kenyons home Trask went with his gun in hand He wasnt sure of his own plans he only knew that someone was going to pay for his fathers death Probably for the best of them all Alexa walked into the room in time to see Trask pull out his gun Trask left when Alexa got to the phone and threatened to call the police The opening of the newest of the Avalon hotel chain couldnt have been planned more perfectly Trask knew it was perfect He had been in the business for years and was quite good So far all of his hotels had been a great success He was unsure of this one though Most of the town believed that if Trask ever did come back it would be for revenge Trask had left the night of his fathers death and hadnt been seen since Many had heard of the successful business man he had become and praised him for itThe night of the opening ceremony Alexa was upstairs by herself She knew Trask would be at
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