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Bloody River Bluesby Jeffery Deaver
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Jeffery Deaver is the New York Times bestselling author of The Empty Chair and The Devil's Teardrop. Here his trademark "ticking-bomb suspense" (People) explodes off the page in another heart-stopping thriller.
Jeffery Deaver is the New York Times bestselling
Jeffery Deaver is the "New York Times" bestselling author of "The Empty Chair" and "The Devil's Teardrop." Here his trademark "ticking-bomb suspense" "(People)" explodes off the page in another heart-stopping thriller.
Hollywood location scout John Pellam thought the scenic backwater town of Maddox, Missouri, would be the perfect site for an upcoming "Bonnie and Clyde"-style film. But after real bullets leave two people dead and one cop paralyzed, he's more sought after than the Barrow Gang. Pellam had unwittingly wandered onto the crime scene just minutes before the brutal hits. Now the feds and local police want him to talk. Mob enforcers want him silenced. And a mysterious blonde just wants him. Trapped in a town full of sinister secrets and deadly deceptions, Pellam fears that death will imitate art, as the film shoot — and his life — race toward a breathtakingly bloody climax.
About the Author
Jeffery Deaver is the author of sixteen suspense novels, including The Empty Chair, The Bone Collector, now a major motion picture from Universal starring Denzel Washington, the New York Times bestsellers The Coffin Dancer and The Devil's Teardrop, and his newest hardcover, Speaking in Tongues. He is a four-time Edgar Award nominee and his books have been translated into fifteen languages. As William Jefferies, he is the author of Shallow Graves, Bloody River Blues, and one other Location Scout mystery soon to be published by Pocket Books, Hell's Kitchen. Deaver was born in Chicago, attended the University of Missouri, and received a law degree from Fordham University in New York. He has residences in California a
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