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Author:  Thomas/ Bean Perry Read By:  Joyce Bean
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Format:  CD
ISBN-10: 1400140226
ISBN-13: 9781400140220
Sku: 210668249
Publish Date: 8/1/2009
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 6.75L x 1.75T
Pages:  9
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Thomas Perry''s ingenius Native American heroine, Jane Whitefield, is lured back into the shadowy world of runners and hunters by an organization that is using Jane''s name, reputation, and techniques not to save lives but to destroy them.
Author Bio
Thomas Perry
After Thomas Perry earned a Ph.D. in English literature, has worked as a commercial fisherman, weapons mechanic, university administrator, and television writer and producer.


Literary Review
"A gangbuster of a book. Compelling, quite unstoppable narrative, seeded with fascinating knowhow..." - Philip Oakes February 1999

Publishers Weekly
"Jane Whitefield, last seen in Perry's SHADOW WOMAN, is an alluring operative of Indian heritage who helps people disappear. It is an arcane pursuit, involving myriad skills and constant vigilance. In fact, when Jane gets married to surgeon Carey McKinnon, she hopes to give it up and lead a normal life. Unfortunately, McKinnon's mentor, plastic surgeon Dr. Richard Dahlman, who is accused of murdering his assistant and has been shot and wounded by police pursuers, is in urgent need of her services; and since McKinnon is convinced he is innocent, Jane agrees to employ her expertise one more time. Thus begins Perry's latest, which soon begets layer upon layer of deception and intrigue. It seems that Dahlman himself, with a series of operations, had helped someone attain a new identity, and that he is being pursued not by the police but by men intent on killing him for what he knows. But who are they? Re-establishing some of her old creepy contacts, Jane becomes convinced the villains are in the business of frightening people into believing they are in danger, then collecting vast sums to help them vanish. And now that the FBI is after Jane for Dahlman's escape, she is beleaguered on two fronts. This is really a prolonged chase novel, enlivened by some smooth action writing and a remarkable mastery of escape techniques one would hate to be a debt collector in search of the author. It does seem in the end, however, an overly complex structure that obliges a reader to put up with long passages filled with nothing but the minutiae of pursuit and paranoia. The effect is somewhat claustrophobic, and Jane, for all her toughness and smarts, is not a particularly enlivening companion." 04/13/1998

Library Journal
"Perry has been writing great books for years and with his Jane Whitefield series has hit his stride. In this fourth title, Jane is asked by her surgeon husband to help his old mentor, Dr. Richard Dahlman, who has been accused of murdering his research partner. In her attempts to keep Dahlman out of the hands of the law and far away from the two men who want to kill him, she finds that someone is using her name to make people disappear permanently, and Dahlman has gotten caught in the backlash. In her quiet and resourceful manner, Jane goes about hiding the doctor, keeping her husband safe, and finding the vicious killers responsible for a number of murders. The plot is full of heart-stopping suspense, Native American lore, and engaging characters, but the real pull is how Jane will surmount adversity and still keep her honor and ethics intact. For all fiction collections." 05/15/1998

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Product attributeeBooks:   Kobo
Product attributeBook Format / Audio CD - Unabridged:   Audio CD - Unabridged
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   9
Product attributePublisher:   Tantor Media
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