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Stuart Woods Audio Treasury: Santa Fe Rules and Heat Heat and Santa Fe Rules ( Audio CD Abridged)

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Learn more about Stuart Woods Audio Treasury: Santa Fe Rules and Heat:

Format:  Audio CD Abridged
ISBN-10: 006115380X
ISBN-13: 9780061153808
Sku: 202467270
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 5.75H x 5L x 0.75T
Pages:  3
Age Range:  NA
 
"Santa Fe Rules": When successful Hollywood producer Wolf Willett reads in "The New York Times" of his own murder back home in Santa Fe, he wonders how the murderer will react to this obvious case of mistaken identity. Home again, Wolf is immediately pegged as the chief suspect and, with everything at stake, hires the best criminal defense attorney in the Southwest. With his life and career in shambles, Wolf sets out to find the truth . . . but will time run out before he can puzzle his way through an elaborate web of intrigue and identify a killer who doesn't play by Santa Fe rules?

"Heat": Jesse Warden is at the end of his rope. Imprisoned for the wrong crime, he spends half his time in solitary confinement and the other half fighting for his life because he once was a cop. Then a covert federal agency offers him a chance to get out, for a price. To gain his freedom, he must infiltrate a dangerous and reclusive religious cult in the mountains of the Idaho panhandle, a mission which turns out to be a great deal more perilous than his stay in prison.

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In "Santa Fe Rules," Wolf Willett returns home to clear his name of a murder charge, and in "Heat," ex-DEA agent Jesse Warden is offered a deal, but his mission becomes complicated when he falls in love with a cult member.
Author Bio
Stuart Woods
Stuart Woods was born in the small town of Manchester, Georgia. His mother was a church organist, his father an ex-convict who left town when Woods was 2. He met his father only twice before he died while Woods was a senior at the University of Georgia. After living in Atlanta briefly and serving in the National Guard, Woods moved to New York with dreams of becoming a writer. He spent a decade there working at an advertising agency, after which he moved to London for three years, continuing in the same line of work. Woods then decided he needed to concentrate on writing the novel he had always dreamed of, so he moved to a secluded apartment in Galway, Ireland. Not halfway through the book, Woods became diverted once more, this time by a hobby he would continue to love throughout his life: sailing. He had a boat built with money his grandfather left him, and began sailing in numerous races, including the Fastnet Race in 1979, in which a severe storm claimed the lives of 19 people. Meanwhile, his first book, "Blue Water, Green Skipper", a nonfiction account of his sailing experiences, was published in England. This allowed him to get an advance to complete his first novel, "Chiefs", which eventually was published in 1981, after eight years in the writing. This novel marked the beginning of a highly successful writing career, especially after it was made into a television miniseries starring Charlton Heston. Stuart married for the first time in 1984 at the age of 47. Divorced in 1990, he moved from Atlanta to Sante Fe, where he met his second wife, Chris.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Audio Cassette - Abridged / Audio CD - Abridged
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   3
Product attributePublisher:   HarperAudio
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