Solar Eclipse by John Farris

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John Farris returns with his most riveting thriller to date. Shay Waco is a stuntwoman on her way home with her eleven-year-old daughter when a semi sends her car over an embankment. The two must jump nearly sixty feet, and crash through a nest of conifers, in order to escape. Bruised and bleeding, Shay walks with the girl until they discover a lone house. Planning to call for help, they break in, only to find a family sitting around a dinner table with bullets in their foreheads. As Shay fights to free herself from the web of money and drugs she's stumbled into, the killers close in. Only by relying on all of her skill and training will she be able to save her daughter and herself.

About John Farris

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John Farris is a novelist, actor, director, and writer of screenplays. He was born in 1936. His early work was mainstream fiction including King Windom and Harrison High. In 1960, Harrison High was adapted into the film, Because They're Young. Farris also wrote realistic horror novels including 1976's The Fury, which was produced as a film by Brian de Palma in 1978. Farris directed the film Dear Dead Delilah in 1972 and acted in the films The Public Eye and City of Hope in the early 1990s.
Published July 1, 1999 by Forge. 399 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Bonner falls hard for movie stuntwoman Shay Waco (the estranged daughter of star cowboy Silverwhip Jack) after watching Shay perform on the set of a Vegas shoot.

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