Thomas Dunne Books
On Sale: July 12, 2011
Featuring: Michael; Julian
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An old man is dying.
When the old man is dead
they will come for him.
And they will come for
her, to make him hurt.
John Hart has written three New York Times
bestsellers and won an unprecedented two back-to-back Edgar
Awards. His books have been called â€śmasterfulâ€ť (Jeffery
Deaver) and â€śgrippingâ€ť (People) with â€śGrisham-style
intrigue and Turow-style broodingâ€ť (The New York
Times). Now he delivers his fourth novelâ€”a
gut-wrenching, heart-stopping thriller no reader will soon
HE WOULD GO TO HELL
At the Iron Mountain Home for Boys, there was nothing but
time. Time to burn and time to kill, time for two young
orphans to learn that life isnâ€™t won without a fight. Julian
survives only because his older brother, Michael, is
fearless and fiercely protective. When tensions boil over
and a boy is brutally killed, there is only one sacrifice
left for Michael to make: He flees the orphanage and takes
the blame with him.
TO KEEP HER SAFE
For two decades, Michael
has been an enforcer in New Yorkâ€™s world of organized crime,
a prince of the streets so widely feared he rarely has to
kill anymore. But the life heâ€™s fought to build unravels
when he meets Elena, a beautiful innocent who teaches him
the meaning and power of love. He wants a fresh start with
her, the chance to start a family like the one he and Julian
never had. But someone else is holding the strings. And
escape is not that easy. . . .
GO TO HELL, AND COME
The mob boss who gave Michael his
blessing to begin anew is dying, and his son is intent on
making Michael pay for his betrayal. Determined to protect
the ones he loves, Michael spirits Elenaâ€”who knows nothing
of his past crimes, or the peril heâ€™s laid at her doorâ€” back
to North Carolina, to the place he was born and the brother
he lost so long ago. There, he will encounter a whole new
level of danger, a thicket of deceit and violence that leads
inexorably to the one place heâ€™s been running from his whole
life: Iron House.
1 comment posted.
Re: Iron House
John Hart once again delivers a gut-wrenching, but brilliantly written suspense novel that will not only keep you up all night reading, but will also stay with you for a long time after the last page is turned.
(Sharon Galligar Chance 12:55pm December 23, 2011)
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