No Survivors by Tom Cain
A Novel (Accident Man Novels)

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The Accident Man returns in a heart-stopping race to prevent a global holy war

Tom Cain's The Accident Man introduced Samuel Carver-a man hired to make bad things happen-to rave reviews from critics and readers alike. Now, Carver is back in a new adventure that takes him from the war rooms of Washington, D.C., and the palaces of the French Riviera to the Arctic peaks of Norway and the war-torn Serbian countryside.

Carver finds himself lying broken and damaged in a Swiss sanitarium after rescuing his lover, Alix Petrova, from her Russian spymaster. But when Alix's former employers force her to leave him and seduce an American military official, Carver emerges, shockingly and violently, as his former self-just in time to discover a Texas billionaire's messianic plot to destroy the world.
 

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Tom Cain is the pseudonym of a British investigative journalist.
 
Published January 16, 2009 by Penguin Books. 364 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Once the icy killer is jolted back to life, the story takes off rapidly with an aborted assassination attempt in Carver’s hospital room, a grueling training sequence in Norway and a healthy dose of spycraft as Carver and Petrova maneuver their way toward the conspiracy’s inner circle.

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The presence of Petrova brings Carver into the mix as well, resulting in a destructive battle and an ironic --- and enigmatic --- conclusion that resonates with and haunts the reader long after the last words are read.

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