A Wild and Lonely Place by Marcia Muller
(Sharon McCone Mysteries)

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The bestselling author of Till the Butchers Cut Him Down presents her latest mystery starring Saron McCone. Investigating a terrorist bombing at the Consulate of an Arab Emirate, Sharon is thinking only of the million-dollar-reward--until she meets the consul general's daughter. When the girl disappears, Sharon risks everything to save her.
 

About Marcia Muller

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Marcia Muller, novelist, short-story writer and anthologist, was born in Detroit in 1944. She attended the University of Michigan, where she studied writing. Edwin of the Iron Shoes (1977) was her first book featuring Sharon McCone, a female private eye strong enough to compete in the male-dominated crime genre. In 1993, Muller was given the Private Eye Writers of America Life Achievement Award, and the following year her novel Wolf in the Shadows won the Anthony Boucher Award and was nominated for the Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best Crime Novel. Marcia Muller lives in Petaluma, California. Her latest fiction novel is entitled, Locked In.
 
Published May 1, 2009 by Mysterious Press. 386 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Mavis never makes it, and Sharon's mission is to rescue Habiba from her father's clutches--a feat that involves rough waters, solo flying, a network of helpers, and more, much more.

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Continuing the Sharon McCone series, Muller's latest mystery concerns a terrorist bombing and a kidnapped little girl.

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