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Title:The Bite
Price:AUD$44.00 (about USD$29.80)
Category:Fiction
Signed:By Author
ISBN:0670032220
Book ID:SB00-0218064
Quantity:1
Publisher:The Viking Press, New York, 2003
Edition:First Edition
Binding:Hardcover
Condition:Very Good Condition
Dust Jacket:Very Good
The Viking Press, 2003, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, First Edition, Signed by Author

XIV, 290 pages, last page blank, with original colour illustrated dust jacket. Signed on June 23, 2003 with annotation immediately below of "8 of 100 with a red stamp of a dog collar and " The Bite" below that. The only damage to the book is that the previous owner has written the letter "S." at the top right-hand corner of the front end page. "He served in the Special Forces as a black-ops agent before mustering out. The CIA hired him as a free lance mercenary to fight in Sarajevo. When he received a severe head injury while in service to his country, the agency obtained a job for him in the Baltimore County Police Department. After his last case, when he went outside the box and did something illegal but very just (see RED RAIN), Luther Ewing resolves to play by the rules. When he gets shot outside his apartment building, he doesn't have a clue who wants him dead though he is working undercover looking for crystal meth operations. When he is discharged from the hospital and back in the field, he discovers in the woods a trailer where the drug is manufactured. This leads him to the heads of the organization. A DEA agent includes Luther in a sting operation that will bring down all the players in the area. Luther realizes that he has been set up so once again he must bend the rules if he wants to stay alive and take out a rogue DEA agent. THE BITE is a hard-boiled urban noir police procedural that starts at light speed and continues at warp drive. In another time and place, the protagonist would have been a powerful warrior king but in today's society he has trouble obeying rules that let criminals go free. He is a good man with a kind heart who plays dirty when the need arises. Michael Crow has written a powerful thriller that forces the audience to take sides on the issue of might makes right." -- midwest book review Size: 8vo - over 7�" - 9�" tall. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; crime fiction; Signed by Author. ISBN: 0670032220. ISBN/EAN: 9780670032228. Inventory No: 0218064.
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