From the master observer of upper-crust New York life comes a sly, pacey international thriller ranging from the suites of an elite Manhattan law firm to the tidy elegance of Sag Harbor and the rough and tumble western plains of Brazil. Jack Dana, a star history student at Yale with a bright future in academia, feels called to military service after 9/11. His career as a Marine infantry platoon leader is cut short by sniper fire that sends him to Walter Reed Hospital, where he begins writing a novel about his wartime experiences. Helping Jack through recovery is his uncle Harry, Jackas surrogate father and a partner in a leading New York law firm. Harryas connections secure Jack a publisher. His work is critically and commercially successful. Life after Afghanistan is falling into place, and a three-month trip to South America seems a fitting reward. But his return home is marred by shocking news: Uncle Harry is dead, hanged in his Sag Harbor summer home, clearly a suicide. Horrified and incredulous, Jack digs into the facts surrounding his uncleas death. Aided by Harryas most trusted associate, Kerry Black, and by his college friend Scott Prentice, who now works for the CIA, Jack discovers that Harry had pierced the secret of his most important client, Abner Brown, a right-wing multibillionaire notorious for backing extremist causes. The stakes and dangers are huge. Harryas death now seems anything but a suicide. Delays of law are not for Jack when it comes to avenging his uncle. He takes matters into his own hands. Louis Begleyas taut, intelligent thriller takes readers from the knotty politics of New York law firms to the intimacy of life on the Long Island shore, all with his trademark wit and nuance.... dead, she pronounced, it figures after all these weeks, and went on to tell me that the power pack for Harrya#39;s MacBook wouldna#39;t help, since for some reason it wasna#39;t compatible with the phone. ... The charger was right there, plugged into the cigarette lighter, complete with the USB cable hanging from it. I stuck it into the iPhone and hoped it had started charging. I didna#39;t ... There were two other problems.
|Title||:||Killer, Come Hither|
|Publisher||:||Nan A. Talese - 2015-04-07|