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[Vendetta: Lucky's Revenge]

Vendetta: Lucky's Revenge

by Jackie Collins Hardcover, 544 pages, Harpercollins 1996, List: $25.00 [your price: $6.99 + 1.75 shipping]
Synopsis:
Jackie Collins continues the saga of Lucky Santangelo in a nonstop, action-packed tale of sex, deceit, drugs, and murder. In this scorching sequel to the wildly popular Lucky series, Jackie Collins plunges her unstoppable heroine into the most dangerous situation of her life, when Lucky's precious Panther Studios is taken from her by Donna Landsman, the scheming and unscrupulous widow of Lucky's arch-enemy, Santino Bonnatti. Donna plans to destroy Lucky in every way she can. But Lucky is street-smart, powerful, and just as ruthlessly dangerous. And so the battle for control begins.

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Dangerously sensual, breathtakingly beautiful and utterly unforgettable, she is Lucky Santangelo, the sizzling star of Chances, Lucky and Lady Boss. With Vendetta: Lucky's Revenge, Jackie Collins continues the saga of Lucky Santangelo in a nonstop action-packed tale of sex, betrayal, drugs, intrigue and murder.

A scorching new installment of the wildly popular Lucky series, Vendetta finds Lucky in the most perilous situation of her life when her prized Panther Studios is taken from her by Donna Landsman, the unscrupulous widow of Lucky's arch-enemy, Santino Bonnatti. Donna intends to destroy Lucky... and so the battle for control begins.

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[A Brother's Blood]

A Brother's Blood

by Michael C. White Hardcover, Harpercollins 1996, List: $22.50 [your price: $6.99 + 1.75 shipping]
Synopsis:
Compared to Snow Falling on Cedars by reviewers, this gripping literary mystery revolves around a little-known chapter of 20th-century history: the detention of nearly 400,000 German prisoners of war on American soil during World War II.

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In the final days of World War II, Dieter Kallick, one of 200 German prisoners of war pressed into service at a Maine logging village, escaped into the woods. His body would later be found washed up on the shore of Moosehead Lake.

Decades later, Wolfgang Kallick arrives in this same rural town, hoping to unravel the mystery of his brother's death. His questions trigger disturbing, long-dormant memories in Libby, a flinty Yankee store owner, and she is drawn inexorably into the drama when she realizes that her own family is involved in the case. Then Libby's own brother is killed. Suspecting that the two deaths, though nearly a half-century apart, are somehow linked, she undertakes her own investigation, not realizing that behind the sullen silence of her close-knit town lies a festering secret darker than she ever imagined.

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[Vanishing Point]

Vanishing Point

by Morris L. West Hardcover, 336 pages, Harpercollins 1996, List: $23.00 [your price: $6.99 + 1.75 shipping]
Synopsis:
Carl Strassberger has chosen the life of an artist in France rather than join the family banking empire. But he returns home when his brilliant brother-in-law, Larry Lucas, vanishes. Carl soon learns that Larry suffers from a severe mental disorder, and Carl must risk everything to track down the sick and cunning man who lives on the edge of sanity. The author of The Devil's Advocate, a National Book Award nominee, now offers Vanishing Point, a story of flight and pursuit, of financial intrigue in the money markets of the world, of old, dangerous secrets brought to life.

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Vanishing Point is a story of flight and pursuit, of financial intrigue in the money markets of the world, of old, dangerous secrets brought into the light, of men and women thrust suddenly from normal life into violent confusion.

Carl Strassberger, the son of an old New York banking family, has renounced his position in the business to follow a quiet career as an artist in the south of France. His place has been taken by his brother-in-law, Larry Lucas, an exceptionally brilliant financier.

Larry Lucas has been commuting to Paris for months, working on a very large deal. When it is signed and sealed, he returns to New York in triumph. The next day he disappears. It is as if he has dropped off the planet.

Emil Strassberger, patriarch of the family and president of the company, institutes immediate damage control. He hires a large international security firm and imposes a press blackout. He orders an immediate internal audit of all branches of the company, and he requests his son, Carl, to return to New York to head the search for Larry Lucas.

For the first time, Lucas' wife reveals to her family that her husband suffers from a major mood disorder. His emotional life has become a rollercoaster ride between intense depression and manic elation. Lucas' condition may have extreme consequences: wild folly on the one hand and suicide on the other.

What happens to Larry Lucas is a life-or-death matter, and everyone connected with him is involved in his fate. Carl Strassberger is the most deeply affected. He no longer can retreat into his private Eden. He must put himself at risk as he investigates those who live "on the dangerous edge of things."

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[Magazine Beach]

Magazine Beach

by Lewis Gannett Hardcover, Harpercollins 1996, List: $23.00 [your price: $6.99 + 1.75 shipping]
Synopsis:
Taken straight from today's most disturbing headlines, this futuristic suspense thriller is crafted in Lewis Gannett's signature blend of cyber-tech with a sexy, stylish twist. Nuclear devices planted beneath the polar ice are about to inundate the world's coastal cities in a cataclysmic flood. The World Wide Web has been re-wired into a doomsday clock, counting down to global disaster.

From the Publisher :
A thriller as boldly prophetic as it is chillingly plausible, Magazine Beach is a novel of obsessive love and forbidden desire set against the chaos of the ultimate natural disaster: The Flood, redux. When 26-year-old waiter Toby Swett finds a strange pin at his restaurant, he has no idea that he holds the key to global destruction. This second novel from Lewis Gannett is a stylish, futuristic suspense thriller with a plot ripped straight from today's most disturbing headlines.

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[Dirt]

Dirt

A Novel by Stuart Woods
Hardcover, Harpercollins 1996, List: $24.00 [your price: $6.99 + 1.75 shipping]
Synopsis:
Coming on the heels of his mega-hits Choke and Imperfect Strangers, Woods' newest thriller brings back one of his best-loved characters--P.I. Stone Barrington. Gossip columnist Amanda Dart enlists Stone's help in identifying the person who's anonymously faxing to national opinion makers a scandal sheet revealing the details of her indiscretions with a powerful takeover artist.

From the Publisher :
On the heels of his New York Times bestseller Choke, Stuart Woods brings back one of his best-loved characters, Stone Barrington, in a glittering roller-coaster ride through the murderous world of high-profile celebrity gossip.

Feared and disliked for both her poison pen and ice-queen persona, gossip columnist Amanda Dart finds the tables have turned. When an anonymous gossipmonger begins faxing the scathing details of Amanda's sexual indiscretions to national opinion makers, she turns to Stone Barrington for help. But as the faxes also expose other members of the gossip "community," it becomes apparent that the most respected of the social scene will stop at nothing -- even murder -- to clear their names. Set against a backdrop of glitzy Manhattan society, Dirt is a sexy, fast-paced and witty thriller -- Stuart Woods at his best.

"Blackmail, murder, suspense, love -- what else could you want in a book?" --Cosmopolitan

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Dirt - by Stuart Woods

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