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Dance for the Dead

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"Compelling . . . Nobody writes a chase better than [Thomas] Perry."—The Washington Post Book World
Jane Whitefield is the patron saint of the pursued, a Native American "guide" who specializes in making victims vanish. Calling on the ancient wisdom of the Seneca tribe and her own razor-sharp cunning, she conjures up new identities for people with nowhere left to run. She's as quick and quiet as freshly fallen show, and she covers a trail just as completely. But when a calculating killer stalks an innocent eight-year-old boy, Jane faces dangerous obstacles that will put her powers—and her life—to a terrifying test. . . .
Praise for Dance for the Dead
"Spellbinding . . . Terrific . . . Jane Whitefield may be the most arresting protagonist in the 90s thriller arena. . . . Thrillers need good villains, and this one has a formidable SOB who is cold-blooded enough to satisfy anybody's taste."Entertainment Weekly

"A terse thriller . . . Perry starts the story with a bang."San Francisco Chronicle

"One of the most engaging heroines in contemporary suspense."The Flint Journal

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Publisher: Random House Publishing Group

Kindle Book

  • Release date: April 6, 2011

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780307781352
  • Release date: April 6, 2011

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9780307781352
  • File size: 2238 KB
  • Release date: April 6, 2011

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"Compelling . . . Nobody writes a chase better than [Thomas] Perry."—The Washington Post Book World
Jane Whitefield is the patron saint of the pursued, a Native American "guide" who specializes in making victims vanish. Calling on the ancient wisdom of the Seneca tribe and her own razor-sharp cunning, she conjures up new identities for people with nowhere left to run. She's as quick and quiet as freshly fallen show, and she covers a trail just as completely. But when a calculating killer stalks an innocent eight-year-old boy, Jane faces dangerous obstacles that will put her powers—and her life—to a terrifying test. . . .
Praise for Dance for the Dead
"Spellbinding . . . Terrific . . . Jane Whitefield may be the most arresting protagonist in the 90s thriller arena. . . . Thrillers need good villains, and this one has a formidable SOB who is cold-blooded enough to satisfy anybody's taste."Entertainment Weekly

"A terse thriller . . . Perry starts the story with a bang."San Francisco Chronicle

"One of the most engaging heroines in contemporary suspense."The Flint Journal

Expand title description text