No Place to Die by James L. Thane

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Beverly has been kidnapped by a deranged killer, but she refuses to be a passive victim. With homicide detectives frantically searching for leads, and the clock ticking down, Beverly will fight against dwindling odds to stay alive and see her kidnapper brought to justice.

About James L. Thane

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James L. Thane was born and raised in northwestern Montana. He holds B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Montana and a Ph.D. in History from the University of Iowa. His principal area of specialization was the history of the American West. He has worked as a janitor, a dry cleaner, an auto parts salesman, a sawyer, an ambulance driver and a college professor. Always an avid reader, Thane was introduced to the world of crime fiction at a tender age by his father and mother who were fans of Erle Stanley Gardner and Agatha Christie, respectively. He began his own writing career by contributing articles on intramural basketball games to his high school newspaper.While working as an historian, Thane wrote one non-fiction book and a number of magazine and journal articles. He also wrote and produced two television series for PBS affiliate, WQPT. No Place to Die was Thane's first novel with Dorchester.
Published July 27, 2010 by Thomas & Mercer. 340 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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