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Don't tell a soul

by Rosenfelt, David.

Format: Large Print 2008
Availability: Available at 3 Libraries 4 of 4 copies
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CLP - Library for the Blind Large Print Books FICTION Rosenfelt CL 13520
Location  CLP - Library for the Blind
 
Collection  Large Print Books
 
Call Number  FICTION Rosenfelt CL 13520
 
 
CLP - Library for the Blind Large Print Books FICTION Rosenfelt CL 13520
Location  CLP - Library for the Blind
 
Collection  Large Print Books
 
Call Number  FICTION Rosenfelt CL 13520
 
 
Crafton Public Library Adult - Fiction Large Print LP F ROSENFEL 2008 CRAFTON 10/08
Location  Crafton Public Library
 
Collection  Adult - Fiction Large Print
 
Call Number  LP F ROSENFEL 2008 CRAFTON 10/08
 
 
Mt. Lebanon Public Library Large Print LP ROSENFELT David
Location  Mt. Lebanon Public Library
 
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Call Number  LP ROSENFELT David
 
 
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "*Starred Review* Tim Wallace, the thirtysomething co-owner of a small construction company, is targeted for destruction by an unknown enemy who will go to any length to succeed and for most of this fast-paced thriller, the reasons remain unclear. Suffice to say that they involve the nexus of politics, New Jersey style; a presidential nomination; vast sums of money; and the global war on terror. In addition to shadowy evildoers and expendable dupes, Tim is also the target of Novack, a bulldoglike New Jersey State Police detective whose every cop instinct tells him that Tim murdered his new wife. Don't Tell a Soul is high-voltage entertainment from an author who plots and writes with the verve and wit of Elmore Leonard. Rosenfelt, author of the Andy Carpenter series (Play Dead, 2007), can sketch an engaging character in a couple of tight paragraphs. Novack, whose divorce has done wonders for his relationship with his ex, is a prime example. The dialogue is authentic New Jersey: quirky, funny, and laced with irony. So is the narrative. When a van loaded with high explosives levels part of a small town, even Homeland Security knows there is no Afghanistan exit on the New Jersey Turnpike. Plot twists and red herrings abound, and Rosenfelt ratchets up tension with the precision of a skilled auto mechanic wielding a torque wrench.--Gaughan, Thomas Copyright 2008 Booklist"
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Publisher's Weekly Review: "Near the start of this stellar stand-alone from Rosenfelt (Play Dead), ordinary guy Timothy Wallace, still grieving for his wife, Maggie, who was blown to bits in a boating explosion on Long Island Sound a few months earlier, hears a gruesome secret from a fellow bar patron on New Year's Eve. Tim was investigated and cleared as a person of interest in Maggie's death, but now Tim becomes a suspect in a second woman's death. Meanwhile, as a partner in a security construction firm that's prospered in the wake of 9/11, Tim is focused on his company's part in the building of the Federal Center, a huge complex funded by the U.S. government, in Newark, N.J. The president is due to appear at the center's opening festivities. Det. Jonathon Novack believes Tim's a stone-cold killer and is eager to arrest him. Rosenfelt keeps the plot hopping and popping as he reveals a complex frameup of major proportions with profound political ramifications both terrifying and enlightening. Author tour. (July) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved"
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Additional Information
Series Thorndike Press large print core series.
Subjects Wives -- Crimes against -- Fiction.
Boating accidents -- Fiction.
Large type books.
New Jersey -- Fiction.
Suspense fiction.
Publisher Detroit :Thorndike Press,2008
Edition Large print ed.
Other Titles Do not tell a soul
Language English
Description 437 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
ISBN 9781410410313 (large print : hardcover)
1410410315 (large print : hardcover)
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