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An ex-CIA agent, Sam now owns bars around the world as cover for his real mission - working undercover for a secret network as mysterious as it is powerful, while using his skills to find his child. Now the kidnappers have offered a deadly deal: they'll surrender Sam's child Teaming up with a desperate young mother whose daughter is also missing, Sam tracks his prey - and his son - across the country in a dangerous race against time, and must unravel a deadly conspiracy if he's to rescue the only person in the world that matters to him. Click to the right or left of the sample to turn the page.
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A closing twist that violates fair play will annoy some readers. Still, let's hope Abbott isn't through with Sam.
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Jeff Abbott is a suspense novelist. His novels Panic and Collision have been optioned for film and are in script development.
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In prison, Courtier had become a member of white supremacist prison-gang European Kindred, but it also emerged that Bruce had been carrying a machete. Azhar followed the case through court, talking with, among others, relatives of the accused and the deceased. In the end, Courtier was found guilty of racially motivated murder , but there was no sense of triumph, just an abiding grimness. Throughout, Azhar used being British-Pakistani to smoke out racist interviewees. One man seemed more taken aback by Azhar having an English accent. Others seemed to relish exuding a chilly faux-friendliness that just made their bigotry even more obvious.
https://logxitowechscy.ml I still like The Affair , despite or maybe because of the characters being such intolerable, self-absorbed whinge-bats. Bad news: Joanie is as miserable as everybody else in The Affair.