You Can't Stop Me by Max Allan Collins & Matthews Clemes
(J. C. Harrow)

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Synopsis

"NO ONE CAN TWIST THROUGH A MAZE WITH THE
INTENSITY AND SUSPENSE OF MAX ALLAN COLLINS."
--Clive Cussler



Smalltown sheriff J.C. Harrow made headlines when he apprehended a would-be presidential assassin--only to come home that night and find his wife and son brutally murdered. This tragic twist of fate launched his career as the host of reality TV's smash-hit, Crime Seen! But while media star Harrow tracks down dangerous criminals coast to coast--with the help of viewers' tips--a killer with a twisted agenda is making his own bloody path to fame. . .


"A KILLER YARN FROM A MASTER OF SUSPENSE."
--James Rollins


As the trail of violence draws closer, Harrow goes off script in a manhunt for the psycho who slaughtered his family. The cameras are rolling. And all of America is watching--including a serial killer with a very specific target audience. . ..


MAX ALLAN COLLINS IS "MASTERFUL.
His ability to sustain suspense [is] exceptional."
--San Diego Union-Tribune


"Among the finest crime writers working today."
--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

 

About Max Allan Collins & Matthews Clemes

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MAX ALLAN COLLINS is the bestselling author of crime fiction including Road to Perdition and the Perdition Saga, and the award-winning novel based on the film American Gangster. He has won two Shamus Awards for Nathan Heller novels. He also wrote the Dick Tracy comic strip for fifteen years, and is an independent filmmaker. He lives in Eastern Iowa.
 
Published February 16, 2010 by Pinnacle Books. 382 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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When the Messenger killed J.C. Harrow's wife and son six years ago, he created an unstoppable avenger.

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New York Journal of Books

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Every time Max Collins delivers a new crime thriller, I buckle up in my favorite chair, pour myself a cup of coffee, and prepare myself for an exhilarating ride.

Mar 01 2010 | Read Full Review of You Can't Stop Me (J. C. Harrow)

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Harrow as a character is nicely balanced by his team, and the overall concept of the show --- part “America’s Most Wanted” and part “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” --- is convincing and intriguing enough that if the program, as presented here, were to appear on television, it would be an instant...

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