A routine investigation into corruption at a Northern California airport sets in motion shocking events that lead hard man Jim Bishop and world-weary ex-cop boss Scott Weiss into the center of a massive criminal conspiracy. The trail of blood that ensues brings them dangerously closer to Weiss' old nemesis, an expert gun-for-hire known only as Shadowman and to a plan set to climax with an act of audacious violence and a murder that would be impossible for any killer but one ...
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by Andrew Klavan
by Andrew M. Greeley
by Andrew Winston
by Andrew Pessin
by Andrew Solomon
"Who is the Shadow Man, and why is everyone so afraid of this mysterious killer? That's the central question that vexes every character in Andrew Klavan's latest thriller. The novel is like a mix of Raymond Chandler gumshoes combined with modern irreverence, and the results are thoroughly fun, although somewhat hard to believe. Klavan reads his own work and gives a far better performance than many seasoned narrators. Many authors try to be overly dramatic, but not Klavan. His pace is perfect, and his reading smooth. Klavan particularly excels with his portrayals of investigator Jim Bishop, who not only finds himself in the middle of the action, but also appears to fall for Kathleen Wannamaker, whose husband becomes "expendable" when Bishop enters the scene. D.J.S. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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