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Publisher Description

A brilliant young CIA agent has it all--until he's the lone survivor of a terrorist attack that his wife may or may not have been involved in planning--in Jeff Abbott's "exhilarating" (Harlan Coben) thriller, the launch of his fan favorite Sam Capra series.

"If you knew this was our final day together, what would you say to me?"

"Anything but good-bye. I can't ever say good-bye to you."

Sam Capra is living the life of his dreams. He's a brilliant young CIA agent. His wife Lucy is seven months pregnant with their first child. They have a wonderful home, and are deeply in love. They have everything they could hope for...until they lose it all in one horrifying moment.

Sam receives a call from Lucy while he's at work. She tells him to leave the building immediately. He does...just before it explodes, killing everyone inside. Lucy vanishes, and Sam wakes up in a prison cell. As the lone survivor of the attack, he is branded by the CIA as a murderer and a traitor.

Escaping from the agency, Sam launches into a desperate hunt to save his kidnapped wife and child, and to reveal the unknown enemy who has set him up and stolen his family. But the destruction of Sam's life was only step one in an extraordinary plot--and now Sam must become a new kind of hero.

"Breathless fun."-Cleveland Plain Dealer
"Nail-biting."-Austin Chronicle
"Irresistible."-Ventura County Star
"Heart-pounding thrills."-Dallas Morning News
"A grand slam home run."-Associated Press

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2011
July 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
416
Pages
PUBLISHER
Grand Central Publishing
SELLER
Hachette Digital, Inc.
SIZE
1.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Laprob ,

Adrénaline Jeff Abbott

Excellent livre captivant du début à la fin le personnage principal démontre une détermination à toute épreuve pour l'atteinte de son objectif.

Suspense incontournable, ferait un excellent film.

diamondssparkle ,

Adrenaline

Good read.. fast paced and kept you guessing!

jolida202 ,

Adrenaline, by Jeff Abbott

An interesting enough plot, but the author's style is too reminiscent of Lee Child, yet lacking the same punch.

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