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Ottos Boy: Too Many Targets

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Ernst Henke boarded the uptown A train, smiling to himself with approval. Yes, these were the right people, a good mix. No one noticed the package he left in the subway. But they noticed the car full of bodies of over a hundred people--and the letter warning New York City that this was just the beginning.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published December 28th 1997 by Tor Books (first published March 1985)
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Feliks
Nov 02, 2012 Feliks rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: genre-thrillers
(Updated review) The golden age of the paperback thriller is the 1970s and Walter Wager was one of my favorite thriller author. When he was on top, he was simply audacious; in a very big way. Many of his works became big motion pictures; few people realize it but it was his material which became the script for 'Die Hard'. In short, he is no slouch.

I recently became interested in re-reading this thriller of his; I wanted to see if it was as good as I remember. This title is late in his canon and
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Aug 19, 2013 Lee rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
An alright police procedural, with the ever popular mid '80's serial killer profile by the good looking female doctor. This psycho is a mass murderer, who our super cop is trying to find in New York City, before O.B. strikes again.
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Sep 11, 2010 Brian rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Another freebee. Luckee!
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Wager was best known as an author of mystery and spy fiction; his works included 58 Minutes (1987), whose story was used as the basis of the action film Die Hard 2 in 1990. Two of his other novels became major motion pictures in 1977: Viper Three (1972), which was released as Twilight's Last Gleaming, and Telefon (1975). Wager wrote a number of original novels in the 1960s under the pseudonym "Joh ...more
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