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In the Forest of the Night

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Synopsis:

Trapped in a jail cell in a troubled Central American republic, Martin Springer, an idealistic U.S. volunteer doctor, faces execution. His “crime”: having witnessed the massacre of an entire village by government forces. His beautiful and determined wife, Katherine, arrives in the country with money in hand to try and save him, but she too is arrested. Her crime: Resisting the advances of General Vaca, the sadistic head of the secret police. Her punishment: imprisonment and degradation in a low-class brothel. When word of his wifes plight reaches Springer, somehow he must escape from his dungeon cell, find his wife and rescue her, and kill her tormentors—and in the process shed some of his humanitarianism and take on some of the brutality of his captors.

 

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Ron Faust was the award-winning author of 15 novels, all thrillers, including the bestseller When She Was Bad and In the Forest of the Night. Many of his novels have been optioned for film. He died in 2011.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781620454367
Author:
Faust, Ron
Publisher:
Turner
Subject:
Thrillers
Subject:
Popular Fiction-Technothrillers
Subject:
doctor, prison, hostage, Central America, escape, rescue, torture, jail, Martin Springer, execution, witness, massacre, corrupt government, secret police, brothel, revenge, brutality, thriller, suspense
Subject:
doctor, prison, hostage, Central America, escape, rescue, torture,
Subject:
jail, Martin Springer, execution, witness, massacre, corrupt government, secret police, brothel, revenge, brutality, thriller, suspense
Subject:
doctor, prison, hostage, Central America, escape, rescue, torture, jail, Martin Springer, execution, witness, massacre, corrupt government, secret police, brothel, revenge, brutality, thriller, suspense
Edition Description:
Print PDF
Publication Date:
20140131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
352
Dimensions:
8.5 x 5.5 in

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Trapped in a jail cell in a troubled Central American republic, Martin Springer, an idealistic U.S. volunteer doctor, faces execution. His “crime”: having witnessed the massacre of an entire village by government forces. His beautiful and determined wife, Katherine, arrives in the country with money in hand to try and save him, but she too is arrested. Her crime: Resisting the advances of General Vaca, the sadistic head of the secret police. Her punishment: imprisonment and degradation in a low-class brothel. When word of his wifes plight reaches Springer, somehow he must escape from his dungeon cell, find his wife and rescue her, and kill her tormentors—and in the process shed some of his humanitarianism and take on some of the brutality of his captors.

 

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