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Hired by a political kingmaker to investigate a cocaine war, journalist Morgan Citron uncovers a scandal involving the F.B.I. and the C.I.A. It's a story that will make Watergate look like a parking ticket--if Citron lives to tell about it.
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Ross Thomas is ranked as one of the very top thriller writers by his fellow authors, and his readers loudly agree. Two Edgar Awards, and other prizes, only complement the abundant praise that Thomas has received.
Thomas died in 1995, and since then all but one of his twenty-five novels have gone out of print. This should never have happened to the man of whom The New Yorker has said "Very few...are as consistently entertaining...even fewer can match him for style and power." Minotaur is proud to remedy this situation by reissuing Thomas's novels. So start reading, and prepare to join Ross Thomas's legions of admiring fans.Review:
"Very few . . . are as consistently entertaining . . . even fewer can match him for style and power."
-- The New Yorker (The New Yorker )
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Book Description Penguin Books, 1988. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0140105824