Nowhere to Run by Mary Jane Clark

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A newsroom has nothing to hide . . . or does it?
A killer has everything to lose . . . but is it worth it?
A woman has no one to trust . . . so will she be next?

Botulism, anthrax, small pox, plague: as medical producer for television's highly-rated morning news program, "Key to America," Annabelle Murphy makes her living explaining horrific conditions to the nation. So when a KEY News colleague dies with symptoms terrifyingly similar to those of the latest scourge, she knows the panic spreading through the corridors of the Broadcast Center is justified. As one death follows another, Annabelle's co-workers look to her for assurance but she finds it hard to give comfort. To her, the circumstances of the infections begin to suggest that they may be diabolical murders. And when the authorities lock down the Broadcast Center with the identity of the killer still unknown, no one can be sure who to trust, and neither the victims nor the murderer can escape...

Nowhere To Run is full of Mary Jane Clark's signature intricate plotting and taut psychological suspense.

 

About Mary Jane Clark

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Mary Jane Clark worked at CBS News for nearly three decades. Her twelve KEY News media thrillers were inspired by that experience. Envisioning the Piper Donovan/wedding-cake mystery series, Mary Jane enrolled in cake-decorating classes and researched unique wedding locations. The daughter of an FBI agent and a mother who customized cakes for the neighborhood kids when she was growing up, Mary Jane has two grown children and splits her time between New Jersey and Florida. Currently, she is concocting her next novel.
 
Published April 1, 2010 by St. Martin's Press. 374 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Business & Economics. Fiction

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Lee's anthrax proves to be table sugar—but then Annabelle's colleague Jerome Henning, who's quietly been writing a nasty tell-all, lands in the hospital and quickly succumbs to the disease.

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