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This time he attends the opening of a hotel on grounds owned by his late wife, and faces a terrorist attack.
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Set in Victorian England, it features a thief named Dodger who leaps out of a drain to rescue a mysterious woman from a brutal attack, just as Charles Dickens and social reformer Henry Mayhew arrive on the scene. The title refers to his alias, comprised of the first names of his two favorite writers, Conrad and Chekhov.
HighBridge also has a full cast audio. The title comes from a chillingly violent military marching song. Overall, this is solid contemporary fiction, sure to please readers who enjoy Sue Monk Kidd and Anna Quindlen. Readers will either embrace the complexity of the writing or become maddeningly lost as the author meanders through a hot, dry country devoid of tenderness. Luckily, this one reads like a pulpy mystery. Times , Slate , and the Wall Street Journal. Expect many more. This one comes with a trailer. One-day laydown. This outing involves a home grown terrorist.
Jon Smith, who must identify and stop a biological warfare plot. Robert B.