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In "Mesmerized," Gayle Lynds delivers a modern-day story of passion and treachery, packed with authentic detail, politics, history, and romance. From the corridors of the FBI's Hoover building to the dangerous streets of the new Moscow, "Mesmerized" will take you on the roller-coaster ride of a lifetime, climaxing in a great showdown at the home of American democracy itsel ...more
Paperback, 576 pages
Published April 30th 2002 by Pocket Star Books (first published January 1st 2001)
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Kristen
If you love cutthroat thrillers in the middle of political action, this espionage thriller is for you. This takes place in post-Cold War Era America between Russia and the USA, while another kind of war is going on. Beth Convey is an international lawyer, who's also a heart transplant patient, is caught up into a mess, when she came across and witnessed a murder. Jeff Hammond is a former spy turned journalist, when it's after a possible mole in the FBI, and a potential person of interest. Beth a ...more
Sarah Sammis
This is a quick read for a book that's over 500 pages long but I just couldn't get into it. Jeffrey Hammond reminds me of the inept detective from Lupin III and Beth, the main character waffles between being too perfect to being Pauline (as in "The Perils of Pauline"). By the half way point, the book seemed stuck in a rut of having Jeff and Beth meet under bizarre circumstances only to have the bad guys suddenly appear. A better book in this genre is Day After Tomorrow. If I come across a copy I ...more
Shanna
Good fiction. For a slow reader it kept me interested enough that I finished in 2 weeks...that's good for me for a approx 450pg book!
Margaret Rosinski
Probably a 3.5. New author and I liked her a lot. Very intriguing.
Karla
Jun 08, 2011 Karla added it
Okay - like the first one I read, The Book of Spies
Wendy Klassen
Dec 14, 2007 Wendy Klassen rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: mystery
Makes you think about organ transplants.
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New York Times bestseller Gayle Lynds is the award-winning author of ten international espionage novels. Library Journal calls her “the reigning queen of espionage fiction.” The London Observer says she’s a “kick-ass thriller writer.” Lee Child calls her “today’s best espionage writer.”

Born in Omaha, NE, and raised in Council Bluffs, IA, Gayle graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree i
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