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Seven Grams of Lead

by Keith Thomson

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A brand-new heart-pounding technothriller from Keith Thomson, acclaimed author of ONCE A SPY.

Russ Thornton is a hard-hitting journalist known for his ability to take on big targets in government and in business. An old flame, now a Capitol Hill staffer, contacts him out of the blue wanting to disclose some top-secret information. But she is gunned down in cold blood, right in front of him. Worse, the killers are concerned about what Thornton knows, and who he may tell. He finds himself in a game of cat-and-mouse, where the stakes are life and death and the surveillance technology is so sophisticated that he wouldn't believe it existed--if it weren't implanted in his own head.


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Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

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  • Release date: February 25, 2014

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  • ISBN: 9780307949912
  • Release date: February 25, 2014

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  • ISBN: 9780307949912
  • File size: 2379 KB
  • Release date: February 25, 2014

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A brand-new heart-pounding technothriller from Keith Thomson, acclaimed author of ONCE A SPY.

Russ Thornton is a hard-hitting journalist known for his ability to take on big targets in government and in business. An old flame, now a Capitol Hill staffer, contacts him out of the blue wanting to disclose some top-secret information. But she is gunned down in cold blood, right in front of him. Worse, the killers are concerned about what Thornton knows, and who he may tell. He finds himself in a game of cat-and-mouse, where the stakes are life and death and the surveillance technology is so sophisticated that he wouldn't believe it existed--if it weren't implanted in his own head.


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