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He almost killed her on that fateful night, when a sting operation turned into a bloodbath. Now, months later, undercover cop Grace Flint has finally healed-physically. But psychologically, she still bears the scars of her attacker. And she vows revenge.She will find him and make him pay. Her only lead: a single unexpected clue that leads straight into the heart of an unimaginable conspiracy. Extortion and murder on an international scale. And worst of all: Grace Flintrsquo;s attacker is coming after her.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Onyx, c2001
ISBN: 9780451409959
Characteristics: 422 p. ; 17 cm.


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Nov 19, 2013

What a great read! The author perfectly paces the action and plot, in the most adroit and deft manner possible! Not to slight Graham Greene and John le Carré, but I thought this book superior; a truly well done piece of fiction. (Or was it really fact?) Sadly, the author, and investigative journalist, died in 2009, and his follow up book to this, "Flint's Law" was his last. Although published in 2000, this book resonates more today than ever before.

Mar 20, 2013

I always have difficulty reading an English author and this one just left me confused by characters and plot. I didn't rate it because I didn't finish it.


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FavouriteFiction Oct 14, 2009

Courageous Inspector Grace Flint sustains severe injuries to her face when a money-laundering sting goes bad. After recovering, she disappears while tracking her assailant and her superiors assign Harry Cohen, former chief legal adviser to the British Security Services, to find her.


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