The Siege by Stephen White
(Dr. Alan Gregory)

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New York Times bestselling author of Dead Time

Disgraced Boulder detective Sam Purdy, FBI counter-terrorism specialist Christopher Poe, and CIA analyst Deirdre Drake are drawn to Yale University to investigate the disappearances of several students- including the sons of both the Secretary of the Army and a Supreme Court Justice. An unseen enemy is playing by no rules, making no demands, somehow anticipating every FBI move-and executing hostages, one by one...


 

About Stephen White

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STEPHEN WHITE is a clinical psychologist and the New York Times bestselling author of eighteen previous suspense novels, including The Siege and The Last Lie. He lives in Colorado.
 
Published June 17, 2009 by Signet. 428 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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As Purdy uneasily --- and at first,.

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Character development proves both a barrier and a boon in this expectations-defying thriller.

Aug 20 2009 | Read Full Review of The Siege (Dr. Alan Gregory)

Huntington News

... A Comprehensive Study of the Siege and Burning of Atlanta in 1864 ... to
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Mysterious Reviews

The terrorists will only negotiate with the families of their hostages, and Ann Calderon isn't sure what they want, or what she has to give.Purdy eventually joins forces with FBI Agent Christopher Poe and CIA analyst Deirdre Drake and together they throw out the rule book and look to determine wh...

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The New York Review of Books

And within Ladysmith, fuming to get their stories out by heliograph or lines-crossing runner, was a clutch of mighty late-Victorian journalists: the classics scholar George Steevens of the Daily Mail (who died at Ladysmith of typhoid), Donald MacDonald of The Argus, and the great H.V.

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