Karma by Mitchell Smith

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After asking too many questions about Rao Electrical, the company wiring the New York City skyscraper he designed, Evan Scott and his family, mistress, and associates become the target of a ruthless Hindu-Indian crime syndicate based in Manhattan. 75,000 first printing. $75,000 ad/promo.

About Mitchell Smith

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Mitchell Smith is the author of critically-acclaimed novels of suspense, including "Reprisal, Sacrifice, "and" Karma," His evocations of the natural world and of human nature, as in" Due North," earned him a devoted readership. Smith has also written a trilogy of near-future, post-apocalpytic novels which illuminate what the Earth might be like after the next Ice Age: "Snowfall, Kingdom River," and" Moonrise," Smith and his family live in Washington state.
Published October 1, 1994 by Dutton Book. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In 1996, in ''The End of Science,'' Horgan suggested that ''science's grand quest to uncover the basic rules governing reality might be reaching an impasse.'' Interviewing many of the world's most important scientists, he displayed a gift for pulling back the curtain to unveil diminutive wizards,...

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Buy it from Buy the CD Download as MP3 Tommy Smith Karma Spartacus 2011 Scottish saxophonist Smith, a teenage prodigy in the 80s, is nowadays one of the most widely respected of Europe...

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In that eye-lock, Smith reads a world of nuance, and it's this sort of subtle mining of tensions between characters, especially the WASP Evan and the retired Indian soldier with whom he joins forces, that gives the action resonance.

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SF Site

And because the mystery section adjoined the SF section, leading her to discover mysteries about the same time as SF, her stories tended to combine SF with mystery.

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Las Vegas Review Journal

For the first time, it's plausible to speculate that Nevada will be the spotlight state come election night, putting President Barack Obama over the top - or not.

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TOMMY Smith’s hard-hitting quartet made their debut in the jazz festival last year, and revealed a new direction in the saxophonist’s music, incorporating strong rhythmic influences from rock and funk along with electric keyboard and Kevin Glasgow’s six-string bass guitar.

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