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It started as a simple case of arson. But the charred timber and wet ashes that has once been Thomas Daniels' midtown Manhattan office concealed the key to a concspiracy that would soon destroy financial empires and take countless lives. For the young attorney, it ws the first step into a dark labyrinth of death and terror where his survival depended on discovering the ...more
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Glenn
Aug 06, 2016 Glenn rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
What a clever story - good twists and turns... many surprises. Well worth picking up - highly recommended...
Ehirgelt
Oct 24, 2011 Ehirgelt rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Interesting and nicely convoluted plot. You never know who is lying or telling the truth until the end. Pacing and plot were great. I am afraid to say much about it for fear of giving it away. The plot involves a lawyer, his father's legal practice a woman who may or not be who she says she is and WW II, the cold war and spies.
Jerry Hatfield
Apr 24, 2016 Jerry Hatfield rated it it was amazing
You better pay attention

I had read several of Hynd's books over several months. All were outstanding. Somehow, I had missed this one. Back after almost a year, I could hardly lay this one down. I read it in about a week. It keeps you on the edge of your seat. I thought I had it figured out several times and got completely surprised at the end. Now I can get some sleep.
Anne
Dec 11, 2014 Anne rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: thriller fans
Thomas discovers his law office burned to the ground and a dead man out front. So begins an exciting ride into intrigue that goes back to Hitler and Russia. This is the second five star read by this author and I am sure I will read more. It was definitely a page turner with plenty of twists and turns and a bit of romance thrown in. Recommended.
Jack
Feb 03, 2014 Jack rated it really liked it
This was my first exposure to Noel Hynd...hard to put down. Once you enter the last chapters, all the pieces of the puzzle fall in to place...you smile...and have enjoyed a masterful work: enjoy!
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May 01, 2014 Curtis Queen rated it it was amazing
Really good read

I like books that are hard to put down, and this was one of them.
l hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Curt
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I've been a published novelist for longer than I care to admit, since 1976. I'm frequently asked, however, how I first got published. It's an interesting story and involved both Robert Ludlum and James Baldwin, even though neither of them knew it --- or me --- at the time.

My first agent, a wonderful thorughly perofessional gentleman named Robert Lantz was representing Mr. Baldwin at the time. Th
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