The Alias Man by Bill Pronzini

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The women in his life call him the Alias Man. From Santa Fe to Pennsylvania, from Vancouver to San Francisco, he has seduced and charmed, stolen and disappeared, leaving unbearable hurt in his wake. Then his three most recent victims-- Jessie, Sarah, and Morgan-- find one another and collectively discover his involvement in an even more profitable and deadly scheme. As they work together to carry out their hunger for justice, each is forced to confront and overcome yet another enemy: her own fears and weaknesses.

In The Alias Man, internationally-acclaimed, award-winning crime writer Bill Pronzini offers a psychological thriller filled with the hallmark twists, turns, and surprises of his wicked imagination.

About Bill Pronzini

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Bill Pronzini, a six-time Edgar nominee and winner of three Shamus Awards, is the creator of the Nameless Detective series. His credits include the stand-alone suspense novels Blue Lonesome, A Wasteland of Strangers, Nothing But the Night, and In an Evil Time, as well as some sixty other novels, three in collaboration with his wife, crime novelist Marcia Muller. Pronzini lives in Northern California.
Published June 1, 2004 by Walker & Company. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Best known for his long-running (four decades) Nameless Detective series, the prolific Pronzini centers his latest stand-alone around three angry women who have all been duped by the same bigamist con man.

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