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The fourth perimeter

by Green, Tim, 1963-

Format: Large Print 2002
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies
Available (2)
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Penn Hills Library Large Print LP GRE
Location  Penn Hills Library
 
Collection  Large Print
 
Call Number  LP GRE
 
 
Shaler North Hills Library Large Print LARGE PRINT GRE
Location  Shaler North Hills Library
 
Collection  Large Print
 
Call Number  LARGE PRINT GRE
 
 
Summary
A New York Times Bestselling Author When former Secret Service agent Kurt Ford is notified that his son, Collin -- a Secret Service agent like his father -- has killed himself, he is inconsolable and is prepared to risk all he has and use all he knows to avenge his son's death.
Published Reviews
Publisher's Weekly Review: "If Green was as obvious on the football field as he is in the writing of his latest thriller (after The Letter of the Law), his NFL career would have been a lot shorter. The first clue to what's going on in this story about a former Secret Service agent trying to investigate and avenge the death of his son comes early on, followed almost immediately by three more thuddingly obvious markers. Any chance they will prove to be red herrings quickly disappears: they are all exactly what they seem to be. Too bad, because the basic premise is sound and promising: Kurt Ford, former Secret Service agent and successful computer entrepreneur, knows his beloved son, Collin, better than anyone, and is ready to stake his life on the certainty that Collin an able and ambitious Secret Service agent himself would never commit suicide, as the Washington, D.C., police have concluded. So when a former rival within the Treasury Department, David Claiborne, contacts Kurt secretly and tells him that two other Secret Service agents have also died under mysterious circumstances, it's definitely possible that all three agents witnessed something they shouldn't have when they accompanied the president to a clandestine meeting at a Maryland farmhouse. As Kurt uses his own experience to plan a private vendetta, fans of Green's previous books might hope for and certainly deserve a few more plot twists and a much more interesting resolution. Instead, they are served up an all too predictable finale. 3-city author tour. (Feb. 4) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved"
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Additional Information
Subjects Adult children -- Death -- Fiction.
Fathers and sons -- Fiction.
Secret service -- Fiction.
Presidents -- Fiction.
Revenge -- Fiction.
Large type books.
Suspense fiction.
Publisher Waterville, Me. :Thorndike Press,2002
Language English
Description 469 pages (large print) ; 22 cm
ISBN 0786238801 (alk. paper)
078623881X (pbk. : alk. paper)
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