Thunder by James Grady

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The author of River of Darkness presents a shocking thriller in which John Lang, a young CIA agent, investigates his own agency after a Wall Street bombing and an ""officially"" stray bullet that kills his partner. 50,000 first printing. Major ad/promo. Lit Guild Alt.
 

About James Grady

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James Grady is the recipient of the Grand Prix Du Roman Noir, the Raymond Chandler Award, was an Edgar Allan Poe Award nominee, and is the author of "Just a Shot Away" and "Mad Dogs," He lives in Maryland.
 
Published April 1, 1994 by Warner Books. 380 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The story opens with two bloody crimes: the apparent terrorist bombing of a Manhattan skyscraper and, two months later in D.C., the death of veteran CIA agent Frank Mathews by what cops and the Company consider a ``stray bullet.'' Mathews's partner, John Lang, doesn't buy that explanation, especi...

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