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Blake Wrightman died during the Vietnam War. Not on a Southeast Asian battlefield, but on an American college campus. He died the day the bomb he planted at an anti-war protest claimed a small boy’s life—and forced Blake Wrightman to vanish. Now, after twenty-years as “Charlie Ochs,” Cape Cod lobsterman, Blake finds out that the feds are closing in. But a vengeful G-man gives Charlie a choice: face the music or help smoke out the beautiful hardcore radical who seduced him into the anti-war movement back in the ’60s. So begins a long, strange trip for the former Blake Wrightman, as he revisits the scene of a deadly revolution that didn’t end with the Vietnam War—and is about to claim a few more casualties. . . .
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“Sensational . . . A truly suspenseful read.”
—The Washington Post Book World
“ALWAYS GRIPPING . . . [REVOLUTION #9] WEAVES IN AND OUT OF TIME AND TEMPERAMENT WITH CONSIDERABLE SKILL.”
“SUSPENSEFUL . . . [AND] SOLIDLY WRITTEN . . . while touching on the moral and ethical struggles countless people faced during the Vietnam War.”
—Detroit Free Press
“A TERRIFIC THRILLER . . . FAST-PACED AND FULL OF SUSPENSE.”
—Kansas City Star
Peter Abrahams is the author of eleven novels, including Last of the Dixie Heroes, Crying Wolf, A Perfect Crime, The Fan, and Lights Out, which was nominated for an Edgar Award for best novel. He lives on Cape Cod with his wife and four children. Visit his Web site at www.PeterAbrahams.com.
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Book Description Fawcett, 2002. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Reprint. Seller Inventory # DADAX0345445805
Book Description Fawcett, 2002. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110345445805
Book Description Fawcett, 2002. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0345445805