Bring 'Em Back Dead by George Fielding Eliot

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There will always be readers for a good adventure story; what George Fielding Eliot wrote in the Dan Fowler collection is among the earliest and the best. Bring ’em Back Dead is the perfect introduction to both a forgotten hero and a great writer.
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Meet Dan Fowler, ace operative of the FBI! When organized crime rears its ugly head, the FBI turns to its best operative, Dan Fowler, to track down kidnappers, bust a smuggling ring, and spill the blood of a band of international counterfeiters in these three action-charged novels . . . —Snatch! —Bring ’Em Back Dead! —Hot Money With an introduction by Matt Hilton,author of the HarperCollins best-selling Joe Hunter action series.
 

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Published November 5, 2012 by Black Dog Books. 292 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Fiction
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Reviewed by Mark Squirek on Jul 20 2012

There will always be readers for a good adventure story; what George Fielding Eliot wrote in the Dan Fowler collection is among the earliest and the best. Bring ’em Back Dead is the perfect introduction to both a forgotten hero and a great writer.

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