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The Way I Die by Derek Haas

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Also by Derek Haas:

The Way I Die, June 2019
Paperback (reprint)
A Different Lie, November 2015
Hardcover
The Silver Bear, March 2010
Paperback (reprint)
Columbus, November 2009
Hardcover
The Silver Bear, July 2008
Hardcover

The Way I Die
Derek Haas

Pegasus Books
June 2019
On Sale: June 11, 2019
224 pages
ISBN: 1643131575
EAN: 9781643131573
Kindle: B074D4QRVH
Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
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Thriller

An explosive thriller from the acclaimed co-creator of "Chicago Fire" featuring his dynamic and compelling anti-hero, Columbus.

The way I die is two taps to the head, stuffed in the trunk of a rental sedan, my body set on fire. The way I die is both arms broken, both legs broken, tossed off a cigarette boat in the middle of Lake Michigan, bricks in my pockets to weigh down the corpse. The way I die is acid in a bathtub, pushed out of an airplane, strung up and gutted in an old textile warehouse in Boston. My name is Copeland. My name is Columbus. The way I die is a shotgun in my mouth, my finger on the trigger.

It is the middle of February on Mackinac Island, a tiny community off the northern Michigan coast. But Columbus isn't here to enjoy the picturesque surroundings. Reeling after the death of his wife and relinquishing his son, he lives in isolation—in self-imposed punishment and exile. Forgotten and alone. Nameless to his neighbors. But even if he runs and hides, Columbus is never alone for long.

Ten years after Columbus—one of the most original anti-heroes in contemporary fiction—first exploded onto the scene in The Silver Bear, Derek Haas delivers another riveting thriller that promises heart-pounding action and shocking twists until the very last page.

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