Eye of the Beholder by Brian Lysaght

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A fast-paced, sexy novel charts the volatile relationship of two lovers turned enemies--U.S. Attorney Julie Beck and ex-con Bobby Lee Baker--who have warily joined forces to track down a vicious criminal. 50,000 first printing. Tour.
 

About Brian Lysaght

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Lysaght is a former federal proseuctor and continues to practice law.
 
Published September 1, 1995 by Simon & Schuster. 336 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History, Travel, Science & Math. Fiction

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To aid in the hunt for Vargo (whose presence on American soil has been confirmed by unlikely intelligence sources), Beck's masters at Justice parole Bobby Lee Baker, the former lover she successfully prosecuted for warning Vargo that the feds were closing in.

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Recent front-page headlines about fugitive financier Robert Vesco can only help this smart, crisp thriller, which has been constructed around a Vesco-like figure by former federal prosecutor Lysaght (

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Recent front-page headlines about fugitive financier Robert Vesco can only help this smart, crisp thriller, which has been constructed around a Vesco-like figure by former federal prosecutor Lysaght (Special Circumstance).

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