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On Sale: October 14, 2008
Featuring: Ray Dudgeon
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Suspense | Thriller Crime
Fact: A lonely woman was murdered by her disturbed
Fact: The police have investigated.
Fact: The case is closed.
But facts are not
truth. And the truth was supposed to stay buried with the
dead. . . .
From acclaimed author Sean Chercover
comes the relentlessly gripping follow-up to his award-
winning debut novel, Big City, Bad Blood
Still suffering the
physical and emotional consequences of going up against
the Chicago Outfit, PI Ray Dudgeon needs an easy gig. A
routine investigation of an open-and-shut case sounds
perfect. The job is a loser, but the pay is good, and
maybe Ray will bring some peace to a grieving father who
yearns to learn the truth about the daughter he never
But what begins as routine soon
spirals out of control. The victim was not simply a quiet,
shy, unassuming single woman whose luck ran out. She lived
a double life, working in the shadowy realm of covert
intelligence. In a world built on secrets and lies, she
fought bravely for truth—and gave her life in the
Suddenly, Ray finds himself caught in a war
between private contractors and the darkest sectors of our
own government—a war that stretches from the closed-door
hearings of Congress to the frontlines of Iraq.
Ensnared in a conspiracy of darkness that weaves its
way through the very fabric of the nation, Ray must
discover who's really pulling the strings before he
becomes collateral damage in America's war on terror.No
peril Ray Dudgeon has faced in the past could've prepared
him for this. The stakes couldn't be any higher, and no
enemy could be more powerful. Ray is in way over his head.
And his greatest enemy may be himself.
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