Flint's Law by Paul Eddy

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Critics everywhere fell in love with undercover cop Grace Flint. Said the Cleveland Plain Dealer, "She's brave beyond words, troubled, stubborn-she's so real, and yet so larger-than-life, that she captivates the reader and never lets go. By the time you reach the scary, riveting, satisfying end of Flint, you'll be wishing its sequel were already here."

And now it is. Recently married and living in the United States, Flint watches in horror as the money-laundering investigation she is directing explodes before her eyes: an FBI agent dead, her targets flown, her own conduct under question. But it's nothing compared to the chill she feels when she realizes who the leak must have been. As it quickly becomes evident that none of the things she'd believed about the sweet, unworldly man she'd married are true, it also becomes clear that, with the man now vanished, her only chance to save her career and self-respect is to track him down herself. But that is the last thing that will be clear. For her voyage of discovery is just beginning . . . and it will take her to places far darker and more surprising than any she has ever known.

Written with stunning originality, this is in every way a superior thriller, signaling a heroine and an author who will be around for a long time to come.
 

About Paul Eddy

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Formerly editor of the London Sunday Times Insight Team, Paul Eddy now writes investigative articles for the Sunday Timesmagazine. He is also the coauthor of eight nonfiction books on subjects ranging from war to espionage to terrorism, most recently The Cocaine Warsand Hunting Marco Polo.
 
Published July 22, 2002 by Putnam Adult. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But when magnetic FBI officer Aldus Cutter invites her to get back in the saddle by posing as his wife to catch a merchant of counterfeit currency, two new developments end up emerging with startling clarity: (1) a line on what Harling's been up to since Flint last saw him fleeing the scene and w...

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But Grace deceived is Grace enraged, and that’s bad news for all the seducers and traducers impinging on her life.

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Eddy, who has written extensively for the London Times on political corruption, espionage and terrorism, keeps his story fast and seamless, expertly ratcheting up the tension in a breathlessly complex web of intrigue that keeps the reader guessing about loyalties and betrayals right up to the end.

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And no one is safe: Flint's father is brutally assaulted and left for dead on his English farm, and Flint herself is now in the crosshairs.

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