He knows how to balance humor and violence, and puts in enough twists and revelations to keep the reader guessing but without letting the story get out of control. Forced to work within the system, Corso and research assistant, Chris Andriatta, are never-theless ready to pull out all the stops to halt a time bomb of terror. Its obviously not a popular ending judging by other comments but one that stays in your head! This is the sixth and can be read standalone. This book was recommended by my boyfriend who noticed me reading some thrillers and said I would like this. The book contains a highl cliff hangar finish - but it seems Mr Ford does not go beyond 6 books in a series so as a reader we have to assume what will happen - writing our own ending! The links back to Marino and Pennsylvania are gradually revealed, including some unexpected bad guys. Ford delivers an edge-of-your-seat thriller that's gritty, harrowing, timely, and explosive - as past and present, fact and fiction crash head-on. The book is new with light shelf wear.
From the way he tossed around pronouns and names when talking about his aide I think there was a word count clause in the contract, as well. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Covers are clean and bright. This is the sixth and can be read standalone. There he is to investigate the death of a young man who was sent in to rob a bank, a bomb attached to his body. All books are marked down 35% until February 1, 2019. Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed.
As body parts pile up throughout the L. Ford attended in closed 1988 and ended up with a in 18th-century literature from in. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Bookseller: , Hampshire, United Kingdom. The thread of the story is the death of Nathan Marino in a remote Pennsylvannia town, by being blown up by a collar bomb 18 months ago. Dust jacket is in good condition.
Ford garners more critical praise for the breakneck, revved-up, nonstop style that has catapulted him into the upper echelon of contemporary crime writers. His Waterman series was six books in total and Blown Away was the sixth book of the Corso series. Bookseller: , Ohio, United States HarperCollins Publishers, 2006. It took me two tries, years apart, to actually finish this. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.
At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Corso uncovers a connection between the creepy manager of the hotel in town and the veterans out West, but the manager has disappeared. The motive in this was a bit weak. Ford delivers an edge-of-your-seat thriller that's gritty, harrowing, timely, and explosive—as past and present, fact and fiction crash head-on. I've enjoyably read all of G.
I thought this book was very well written and very taunt as plots go. Ford's history with a series. Bookseller: , Washington, United States HarperCollins Publishers, 2006. Of course, there's still a nagging loose end regarding the original victim in Pennsylvania, so they go back to investigate. I mean, seriously, who writes a detective novel in which the bad guys not only get away, they get to blow up the detective? I have to say that I really enjoy Ford's writing and I especially like the Frank Corso series. The ending, however, was one of the best I've run into for concluding terminating a series.
Corso has no interest in the story at first, but then a couple of masked men try to kidnap him, and then somebody tries to kill him, and his interest is piqued. Then ending is going to leave the reader wanting closure, but it's not going A lot of people didn't like this book. But the young man is killed when the bomb is set off. I enjoyed the book and whilst I'd love to see a 6. The covers are lightly rubbed at the extremities with a slight remnant of a price sticker at the front, otherwise the pages are very clean, unmarked, tightly bound and the book is in very good condition. I have to say that I really enjoy Ford's writing and I especially like the Frank Corso series. The spine may show signs of wear.
If for any reason your order is not available to ship, you will not be charged. But the closer Corso and research assistant Chris Andriatta come to a fiendishly audacious maniac, the clearer a blood-chilling truth appears in the harsh and glaring light: The fuse to this explosive horror may have inadvertently been lit by Frank Corso himself. Now he returns with his most harrowing novel to date—based on an incredible but true unsolved case—as he plunges his dark and complex protagonist, disgraced journalist Frank Corso, into a lethal morass of revenge and conspiracy. Usually he has to solve the crime himself, all the while fighting for his life against those who do not want the crime solved. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The binding is straight and tight.
Now he returns with his most harrowing novel to date—based on an incredible but true unsolved case—as he plunges his dark and complex protagonist, disgraced journalist Frank Corso, into a lethal morass of revenge and conspiracy. With a little prodding from the media, the terror spread, burning a bloody swath from East Coast to West. The nightmare began a year ago in Pennsylvania with the shocking death of a delivery driver, blown to pieces during an outrageous crime. Frank Corso disgraced ex-reporter is now a best selling author and columnist for the Seattle Sun. Corso confronts him, he blows himself up, everything is as you would expect for the genre. Signed by the author on the title page.