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    Now with excerpt: The Wrong Hostage by Elizabeth Lowell
    Excerpt posted...

    The Wrong Hostage sounds good... in fact this might just be the first RS of Elizabeth Lowell's I try. Maybe, it is hardback. Note to self, go fill out paperwork for new library card!

    Anyone else gonna read it?

    click click click for summary

    Orphaned at thirteen, Grace Silva clawed her way out of poverty and violence to become one of the most respected judges on the federal bench. Grace believes in the rule of law, lives it, breathes it. She has always been buttoned up and buttoned down.

    Except once.

    Joe Faroe has learned that laws are made by politicians and politicians are all too human. He believes in the innocents, the ones getting ground up by governments that are too polarized or too corrupt to protect their own citizens. He's been through the political meat grinder himself. It cost him his career, his freedom, and a woman who still haunts him. Since then, Faroe has worked outside the rules and politics of government. He is a kidnap specialist for St. Kilda Consulting, a Manhattan-based, global business that concentrates on the shadow world where governments can't go. He is good at his work, intelligent, confident, ruthless.

    Until a friend dies trying to kill him.

    Now Faroe is out of the business. Retired. He's through trying to save a world that doesn't want to be saved.

    Then Grace comes to him, past and present collide, and Faroe finds himself sucked back into the shadows, tracking a violent killer who holds the life of Grace's son in his bloody hands.

    On a completely different note, I can't find my Winter Fire post in draft! Damn it!
    1. Probably not until after I hear great things about it from other people. Her novels are really hit and miss for me.

      By Blogger Holly, at 6/14/2006 04:15:00 PM  

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