Synopses & Reviews
The most thrilling suspense novel yet by the writer whose previous novels were praised by Martin Cruz Smith ("as previously crafted as a good atomic weapon") and Martha Grimes ("dazzles like a house of mirrors").
After over a decade as a "guide" who helped people in trouble disappear, Jane Whitefield (called by Mostly Murder "the most exciting and welcome female character to appear in a long time") has promised her new husband, Dr. Carey McKinnon, that she will never work again. But when Carey's mentor, a famous plastic surgeon, shows up wounded and wanted for murder, Carey asks her to perform her magic one last time. And in trying to save her client, Jane learns that the deadly Face-Changers are using her name, reputation, and techniques to destroy human lives rather than preserve them. Thomas Perry gives us heart-stopping action, spine-tingling mystery, fine writing, and constant surprises in his most exciting book yet.