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FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock are back in this electrifying thriller from the #1 "New York Times"-bestselling author of "TailSpin." This time they''re working to protect a seven-year-old girl with telepathic gifts.
Catherine Coulter graduated from Boston College with a master's degree in 19th-century European history. She first began writing romances after convincing herself that she could come up with something better than what was currently being published. While living in New York in 1978, she published her first novel with some help in plotting out the story from her physician husband. Since then she has gone on to write mostly Regency romances, many of them in the trilogy format she believes allows her to follow her character's lives more completely. Her first major best-seller, "Moonspun Magic" (1988), was the third installation in the Magic Trilogy and the first of a long string of popular best-sellers. In 1988 Coulter decided to take on the suspense thriller genre with "False Pretenses." Her subsequent suspense novels, "The Cove," "The Maze," "The Target," and "The Edge", were instant best-sellers. Coulter's hobbies include traveling, skiing, and reading.
"[R]iveting....Well-developed characters and an expertly paced plot that builds to a breathtaking conclusion make this one of the best in this paranormal suspense series." (starred review)
From the Publisher
After a telepathic child catches her uncles committing a heinous crime, she and her mother flee for help. Autumn Backman is only seven, but she knows how to harness her telepathic gift, and she uses her special ability to summon the help of the FBI. Soon a chase ensues, as the FBI tries to reach Autumn before her evil relatives capture her.
Traveling with her mother to Georgia in the aftermath of her father's death, seven-year-old telepath Autumn Backman discovers her own family's murderous activities, desperately contacts FBI agent Dillon Savich, and promptly disappears, a situation for which Savich launches a large-scale manhunt. 400,000 first printing.