North of Montana by April Smith

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FBI Special Agent Ana Grey debuts in this electrifying thriller marked by psychological acuity and unfaltering suspense. After Ana Grey pulls off “the most amazing arrest of the year,” the squad supervisor—who doesn't like irreverent, tough-minded young women—gives her a reprimand instead of the promotion she deserves. As a test, she is assigned a high-profile case involving a beloved Hollywood movie star and an illegal supply of prescription drugs. It doesn't take Ana and her partner, Mike Donnato, long to realize "this is not a case” but “a political situation waiting to explode”—and they're holding the bomb. As the boundary between her private and professional lives begins to blur, Ana's own world collides with her investigation, and she is forced to confront the searing truth about the nature of power and identity, and the mystery of her past.


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About April Smith

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April Smith is the author of Judas Horse; North of Montana; Be the One; and Good Morning, Killer. She is also a television screenwriter and producer. She lives in Santa Monica with her husband.
 
Published February 10, 2009 by Vintage. 306 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Set in L.A., Smith's debut thriller presents an ambitious young FBI agent who's personal life becomes increasingly tangled with her most recent case.

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At the same time, Ana receives a phone call asking her to help the two young children of a recent street-shooting victim in Santa Monica--an immigrant from El Salvador who told friends that Ana was her cousin.

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Los Angeles FBI agent Ana Grey may not be the most brilliant crime-thriller heroine to come along, but she's certainly one of the most captivating.

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