By Peter Leonard
“This assured crime novel from Leonard opens on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, in New York City… Leonard does a good job guiding the reader down one rabbit hole after another as the plot twists and turns.” —Publishers Weekly
Jack McCann is a high-stakes Wall Street trader who sneaks into his office early one morning to try and clear out his things and get out of Dodge; he knows he’s in trouble, deep legal trouble, a fact highlighted by the ...
Bernadette MurphyBernadette Murphy is the author of Harley and Me: Embracing Risk on the Road to a More Authentic Life and has published three nonfiction books, including the bestseller Zen and the Art of Knitting. She currently teaches at Antioch University Los Angeles. We ask her five questions here.
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